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Old 09-19-2020, 10:13 AM   #1
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Hello, my name is Alex. I am a new Crossroads owner and new to this forum. I will be living in the trailer for a few months. While trying to keep costs down, could anyone suggest where to find or how to go about adding skirting to the bottom? I have approx 24" of free flowing air. Thanks!!!!
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I'd suggest 2" foam board attached to a piece lumber on the bottom & tucked under the J trim on top.
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Hay bales will work if it's just for a few months and the neighbors don't mind
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Hay bales will work if it's just for a few months and the neighbors don't mind
Hay bales are also like a welcome mat for all kinds of little critters that I'm sure you don't want to share your RV with. Think I'd do nothing rather than hay bales.
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Hay bales, which is feed is the LAST thing you want. Straw, and not oat or wheat either. The best alternative would be flax straw if you’re going that route.
Either straw or closed in with insulated wood will create a wind free area to house all kinds of varmints.
Insulated wood would be the most appealing to the eye.
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Around here the big box stores carry mobile home skirting back where the siding is.
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