I have already decided to go with Sheep’s wool for insulation, however I want to make the insulation/sound dampening (aka housing) of my van to be very good. Not necessarily the part of the build to skimp on.
So, I am going to apply some thin noise dampeners to the metal framing first.
I also was thinking of adding another very thin layer of thinsulate or pad to the frame before adding the wool into all the nooks and crannys and the main bulk of the space.
Basically: cheap noise dampeners + small bit [not a lot] of thinsulate/similar less bulky layer especially for the end doors/cab doors + sheeps wool for everything else.
----> Has anybody else done something similar or seen someone do this? Is it too overkill? I figure if it’s very well insulated, that will make it a breeze to keep the living area a comfortable level.
Thanks in advance!