From insulation walls and flooring, there’s a lot of early work that goes in to making a van build suitable to live in. Once I had created my plan, here are the exact steps I took and resources I used to make my van livable in all climates, as well as set up for later enhancements.
Here is the information I wished I'd had when I began building my vanlife van. Everything is free, with no email sign-up required, because I'm not trying to profit from your adventures.
With the walls up, my van was almost starting to feel like a living space. The ceiling and floor was all that was left to hide the industrial cargo shell.
Wood ... Read More
Plywood van walls were the thing from the van build basics which first transformed the way my cargo van felt. It went from an industrial/shipping vibe to… something vaguely cozy within ... Read More
There’s not much living space in a cargo van. A swivel passenger seat can help fix that. As I built out the basics, I turned the passenger seat in my ... Read More
The first thing I did when building my VanLife van was rip out all of the factory-installed cargo gear to make room for insulation. Insulating a van requires understanding how ... Read More