There are many options out there on the market to choose from Campervan Carpet. It can get quite confusing, if you are new to this! Especially, if you are trying to do it in your free time as a DIY job for the weekend. But rest assured, our Wildrox team is just a call away. We are more than happy to fit it for you. Our workshop is based in Alcester, Warwickshire. We are operating on an appointment basis, please do call us, if you would like to pop in to discuss your Campervan Carpet requirements. We do have a great solution to what Campervan Carpet you need to use for your van or campervan conversion. This type of carpet is called a four way stretch carpet. It is available to purchase from our store in various types of sizes and colours. Some examples of colours that we stock are black, dark blue and smokey grey.
Four way stretch carpet is the most stretchiest and pliable Campervan Carpet on the markets and it is used exactly for these purposes. It is much easier to use compared to other lining carpets on the market. It’s flexible and mouldable around the most awkward places inside the van. This Campervan Carpet will make your DIY job a whole lot easier than any other carpet on the market. We have prepared a few approximate recommendations when ordering your four way stretch carpet, just in case you are stuck and need some help. All these approximate measurements are including the roof. LWB vans would need 15 metres x 2 metres. SWB vans would need 12 metres x 2 metres. SWB VW Caddy 8 metres x 2 metres and VW Caddy Maxi 10 metres x 2 metres.
Cost of carpet lining and insulation for your van, campervan or kombi
We do try to be transparent with our prices as much as we possibly can. That’s why we have prepared a cost price for the majority of our services. You can also find this information on the website but if you have stumbled across this blog first then they are just below this paragraph. The prices below are only for the Campervan Carpet including insulation.
For SWB vans our carpet lining and insulation package includes, insulation and sound deadening full interior with high quality PeaceMAT campervan sound deadening insulation. We use high performance aluminium butyl panel sound deadening material. This is fitted inside the OEM (interior) panels. Vehicle is then carpet lined with a four way stretch Campervan Carpet and of course with a colour of your choice. This comes at £690.
For LWB vans our carpet lining and insulation package includes, insulation and sound deadening full interior with high quality PeaceMAT campervan sound deadening insulation. We use high performance aluminium butyl panel sound deadening material. This is fitted inside the OEM (interior) panels. Vehicle is then carpet lined with a four way stretch Campervan Carpet and of course with a colour of your choice. This comes at £725.
Recommendation of tools
Let’s begin fitting your Campervan Carpet. We advise carpeting the base of your pop top roof bed (plywood). I mean you don;t have to but trust is it’s going to look so much better! Place the plywood on the Campervan Carpet and cut out around it but leaving 3 inches of each side for overhang. Then you can move onto the ceiling of your campervan, van or kombi. Cut out the required size of the Campervan Carpet for the ceiling and then apply a generous amount of high temperature spray adhesive onto the area and then at the back of the carpet. When spraying the adhesive overlay the spray lines with an even coat to avoid bare patches. Leave the adhesive to dry for about 5 minutes or until it’s touch dry and then you are ready to apply it to the ceiling. If you are doing this DIY challenge on your own then place yourself in the middle of the Campervan Carpet while holding it above you and then step into your campervan keeping yourself in a straight line and stick the middle of the carpet to the ceiling and then patch down the from the middle to the sides. Once done, don’t forget to trim the excess Campervan Carpet off - for ease use the Stanley Knife!
Follow these steps to carpet the sides of your van too. If you have a window, cut out the required carpet amount and place it against the side panel and cut out a cross where the window is. This will make it easier to stick the Campervan Carpet onto the side panel and mould around the window space. You can then trim off the excess as previously done. There you go, a simple guide to a DIY weekend! Don’t forget you can always get in touch with us, if you would like us to fit it for you!
You are all set!
With all the information we have provided, you can now get started on getting the Campervan Carpet. If you have any questions regarding this topic, please do not hesitate to contact us here at 01527 359 002 or email us at email@example.com