ANSWER: Hi Jason, let me start off by saying that I do not recommend ever using, screws, nails, molly bolts, etc. on any walls of an RV; by doing so you run the risk of hitting wiring or causing severe damage to the walls of your RV. They are not constructed the same way the walls in your house are.
Are there studs in camper walls?
It’s worth noting that studs inside a camper are usually spaced irregularly, and sometimes up to 24″ to 36″ apart. They’re not like those found in a residential house, on 16″ centers. There may be sections of plywood added in between the studs to reinforce certain areas in your RV’s walls.
What can I use for camper walls?
Types of RV Interior Wall Materials
- Composite plywood. Composite plywood is made up of several different types of wood pressed together to make a large sheet of plywood that can be cut down. …
- MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) This is a cheaper alternative to composite plywood. …
- Vinyl. …
- Insulation. …
- Soundproofing. …
How are RV cabinets attached to the walls?
A camper is assembled from the inside out… meaning that interior wall coverings are installed and cabinets glued and bolted through the coverings to the studs. Generally, the bolting of the cabinets is done from the outside-in. And that is why you have a difficult time locating screws or bolts holding your cabinets.
How do you find studs behind Hardie board?
Find studs from the inside and carefully measure from the outside allowing for wall thickness of adjacent wall. Try to find one close to a window inside. Measure it to a spot on window edge. Make sure if studs are 16 or 24 inch on center, Go outside and measure it out.
Are camper trailers worth it?
Compared to the purchase price of some off-road caravans, or the cumulative costs of staying at a hotel, resort or in Airbnb accommodation, camper-trailers are a relatively low-cost option. … So a camper-trailer is well worth the cost, which works out to be not too much at all anyway.