Originally Posted by tmmar
I found in my '08 that if I use the furnace that it would warm the floor. This may be due to the fact the ducts ran under the floor. Not sure how the duct work runs in my '14 though.
The floor certainly will get warm right over the heating duct. I can tell you as someone that lives in his coach every day, the "R" value of these coach's is around zip.
The Berk seems just a tiny bit better but with my 2000 Dutch Star if the furnace was off, the interior temp was ALWAYS two degrees warmer than the outside temperature on a chilly morning.
You might just as well have chicken wire for the walls. That's why I'm in Yuma for the winter (this year) and as high in the mountains as I can during the summer.