Well, it's been over a week and I still don't regret the school bus in my driveway. We've gotten the seats out, and even managed to sell a few. . .
However, is a small mountain town seat disposal is certainly tricky. We aren't exactly teaming with scrap metal yards, that's for sure. For those of you who have turned in the metal to the seats. . . was it worth it?
We're beginning to tear up the floor now, down to the metal. Crossing fingers for no major rust. . . we've been very fortunate thus far. Still considering insulation and flooring options, even the possibility of a modest radiant floor heating system.
But what I really want to ask today is in regards to the bus seat cushions. We're going to remove the wall panels (and possibly ceiling) to add more insulation. . . what about using bits of the seat cushions? Any idea of the R value? Sure, they may be flammable but. . . I plan on having a lot of books in my skoolie. So, is this crazy? Has this been done? Have I not figured out the most effective way to use the Skoolie.net search function?
Not only am I a poor grad student, but I'd hate to see a useful material in the landfill. SO. . . thoughts?