Originally Posted by sherman12
I've been reading a thread on rv.net forum about construction materials of various RV's, in particular Winnebago vs. Thor. Quite a bit has been hashed around about a product called Azedel (Azedelonboard.com) board being used in wall, floor and ceiling construction vs. luan, plywood or particle board. Any idea what Georgetown uses? Can't find anything on their website pertaining to construction materials other than the aluminum framing.
First the correct website is AZDEL onboard
It looks like a similiar product all of them use for side panels to tralers and motorhomes. It talks about being lighter but you also have to consider strength to maintain is shape while shaking down the road.
To see whats in the walls and roof you have to find a FR catalog and read about the walls and roofs.
The funny thing at the wevsite is that they compare everything to plywood. Not many manuf. use plywood anymore for walls. Maybe floors.
That's the best I can tell.