Here at CampingWagon, we have a tried and tested carpet lining process – Once your vehicle is empty, any holes and damage caused by previous installations, is treated for rust prevention and sealed from the elements. Then the entire work area is lightly abraded providing a key for the lining adhesive application. Finally, before lining, the entire work area is wiped clean and a final coat of adhesion promoter is applied. Then lining can commence. Our lining carpet is applied to the vehicles metal work in just three pieces with only 2 joins. Once the metalwork lining is complete, we then install trimmed lining panels into the vehicle to give it that fitted look. All panels are either quality birch ply or genuine VW panelling and can be fitted with colour matching VW type fasteners or invisible fixings.
Our flooring process is a little like our lining process in that, any holes and damage caused by previous installations, is treated for rust prevention and sealed from the elements. Before the flooring is fitted, the entire work area is wiped clean and a final coat of adhesion promoter is applied. Then ply packers are bonded between the floor ribbing to provide a stable well supported base for the floor. Our floors are manufactured from a one piece birch ply board and are bonded into the vehicle utilising a polyurethane adhesive for maximum strength and to prevent the floor creaking. We have a wide range of floor coverings available from Manufacturers such as Altro, Karndean and Amtico.
Insulation helps to regulate temperature and noise level in your van conversion. In summer months, insulation can help keep your van cool. In the winter it helps keeps your van warm. Our insulation of choice is a closed cell thermo acoustic polyethylene foam which is light weight, resistant to water, chemicals, flame and mould as well as helping with sound deadening.