Insulation R14, R38 or both?
We are ordering a Wildwood 4092BFL to replace our 2008 Wildwood 392FKTB. The option list has two different options for insulation.
First is: "Double Insulation (Floor & Roof Only) R14
Second is: "Extreme Weather Pkg (calculated R38 @80 degree F).
We camp mainly in Central WI, and can camp over the winter too. My first thought was....order both options. The more insulation the better. But I guess the regional sales rep said it would make the camper too tight so it would not breathe properly.
I am pretty savvy in the construction industry, so I felt the comment may not be too accurate knowing how many "leaks" are in a travel trailer.
Wondering if anyone else has thought about or had experience on these options, and if you were able to get both, or who I could talk to at Forest River about this? Camper is scheduled to be done on the production line by mid May. For now, we only chose the R38 option per the dealer since he would not let us do both.
Thanks in advance for your help.