The Real Lady <br> in the Van | Thermafleece

The Real Lady
in the Van

31st May 2017

Supaloft insulation helping to keep an eco-friendly mobile home warm and cosy.

Louise Watts wanted her unique mobile home to be as environmentally friendly as possible, but with limited space, weight restrictions and a roller shutter at the back making it difficult for the van to conserve heat, the insulation not only had to be eco friendly and able to help keep the van warm, but also be lightweight and non bulky.

The solution was found in using Supaloft, with its’ recycled content of over 95%, and made almost entirely from recycled plastic bottles it fit the environmental  bill perfectly, whilst the crimped polyester fibres provide loft and maintain durability which ticked the weight and lack of bulk boxes. With the warmth and comfort provided by polyester fibres widely used to fill duvets and pillows it also meant that the insulation would help to keep the van warm and cosy even in the coldest of weathers.

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