Originally Posted by slw2206
I have a 2016 4092BFL which has a lot of windows (and a patio slider) in the Dining/Living room area. On our seasonal spot, we lost 6 large shade trees to ash borers so I'll be getting a lot more sunlight this year than before.
The trailer came with faux wood blinds that are really just for privacy and offer no real thermal properties for keeping the interior cool.
I've been looking at various solutions from thermal blinds to window films, but curious what others have used in order to reduce the interior temperature? Ideally I'd like a solution that is either permanent (film) or can be easily removed (like a blind) while still offering the best possible heat reflection possible.
Not too concerned about cost as long as the solution can be DIY or typically has mobile installers that can install.
Any help is appreciated!
Since your on a seasonal site, will the campground allow you to install a hard cover over that side of your TT?
I have some friends who's TT sits with their patio doors facing a lake to the west. The CG sells and installs a hard cover deck roof. The cover can be just a roof or a screened porch over your deck. Our CG has to install it because it is anchored to 12" x 12" x 24" deep concrete forms buried at ground level.
I don't have any pictures for you to see what I'm suggesting. I texted my friend and if he has any pics I will send to you.
Edit, added pic similar to what my friend has.