OK, I've got the remodeling itch (again)
I have a passenger van. In the current build, I left the lower factory walls in place, and built the cabinets and bunk snug against them, covering them completely, but at the cost of some inches of interior width.
I want to remove (and discard) the lower interior wall panels, put in some insulation on the lower walls, and then cover them (wood or fabric), leaving the upper factory wall trim panels in place. I think I can regain at least 4" and possibly 6" by getting rid of the plastic walls.
- how do I remove the lower panels? Do I have to remove the upper panels first? (I hope not, because that's where my shades are secured)
- because of the double-skin structure, should I attempt to fill the voids between the walls, or just use a surface layer of insulation (possibly reflectix?)[/*:m:zdutemxz]