The below comments from longtime NuWa employee Jerry Bauder regarding the heat reflecting/barrier foil wrap insulation were felt to be worth sharing. He has provided comments based on his personal experience both in hot and cold weather.
My wife and I left the Novi this morning on the way to the rally in what quickly became another toasty day. Outdoor temp on the truck still says 94 degrees at about 6 o'clock. At about 4, we pulled into a rest stop to raid the refrig, and couldn't believe how comfortable it still was inside the trailer. In fact, we were able to sit in there and eat a sandwich without opening the coach, and without breaking a sweat.
It's always nice to have something quietly tap you on the shoulder, and remind you that it is really working even in the absence of fanfare. The Glide Ride pin box has done that for me many times, but now I've had it happen again.
A few days ago I found myself up north in a cold snap and six inches of snow. Despite the weather, and not having storm windows or dual panes on my 339 RSB DA, the furnace ran surprisingly little. You may be wondering how I would know the difference. I have been running demo and product testing for NuWa over 30 years, and have had almost every combination or configuration in almost every weather situation over those years. This was the first time however, that I experienced cold weather with our new heat reflecting/barrier foil wrap insulation. I hadn't even been thinking about this feature at the time, because cold weather testing wasn't the purpose of this trip. But the way this coach held heat definitely reminded me there was something different about this unit. I guess I'm just impressed by products that can speak for themselves, especially when they tap you on the shoulder with a noticeable benefit.
This testimonial is also available for viewing online at http://www.nuwa.com/testimonials/questions/77/