Work vehicles are notoriously noisy. They are not designed for luxury, and cruising around with large panels of sheet metal is a recipe for vibration and acoustic amplification. Depending on…
When it comes to hot weather van insulation: radiant heat prevention, ventilation, and airflow are going to be some of the biggest areas of focus. Here are some heat prevention techniques that can be addressed during the van construction process.
We’ve compared eight of the best roof vent fans for vanlife and RV enthusiasts. While all vent fans are going to make a difference in the amount of cooling in your vehicle, two brands stand out among the rest: Maxxair and Fan-tasitc.
There are three types of heat transfer that can occur and cause your van to heat up or cool down at different rates. When insulating your van, it is important to know these three types, how they work, and how you can manipulate them to make your vanlife experience more comfortable.
In the cold, winter months condensation can quickly become one of the biggest headaches for van dwellers. Proper ventilation is essential to getting rid of this excess moisture.
It can be difficult trying to live out of a vehicle in cold weather. However, if you do the proper research and construction you can live comfortably, even in sub-freezing temperatures. This article will discuss the best ways to keep heat trapped in your vehicle, and leave the cold air outside.