Barricade Sub Floor
Has anyone installed a sub floor system in their van. I was searching for marine plywood for my sub floor today and came across the Barricade insulated subfloor at the local building supply company and got to thinking why not? Wondering why you could not glue directly to metal floor after filling valleys with closed cell insulation and finish floor with top material of your choice.
The system is tongue and groove, 23.5” x 23.5” x 1” high panels
The sales material is as follows
BARRICADE Insulated Subfloor is the first and most important step towards creating a new living space as warm and comfortable as any other space in your home. BARRICADE is the one-step engineered subfloor solution that is specifically designed for basements. BARRICADE Insulated Subfloor combines high density Oriented Strand Board (OSB) and extruded polystyrene (XPS). With an R-Value of 3.2, BARRICADE Insulated Subfloor provides maximum insulation strength against the cold concrete. BARRICADE Subfloor Air Plus softens finished floors to cushion against the hard concrete. It/s sturdy confection supports over 6,600 pounds per square foot. BARRICADE Insulated Subfloor panels have been designed with patented Air Gap technology that helps protect against moisture, mold and mildew to keep basement floors dry, comfortable and cozy for years to come! XPS' closed-cell structure resists moisture and maintains R-value. BARRICADE Insulated Subfloor panels features tongue and groove design that snaps into place for fast and easy installation;
I cannot see why this would not work well. Please give me your comments and any concerns.
2021 Ford Transit AWD Custom Euro
Formerly - 2007 Pleasure Way Plateau (06 Sprinter T1N), 1992 VW Eurovan Westfalia Hightop
Long ago - 1969 VW Westfalia & 1973 GMC Motorhome