Products

Bale with 220lbs of natural wool insulation loose fill...
$1,343.00
Traditional Wool Batts, (84 Sq/Ft box)
$126.00
The measurement of our traditional batting is designed for insulation that allows...
Rated 5.00 out of 5
Loose Fill Insulknop 450sq/ft box
$315.00
Wool Knops are the high insulation value, long term solution for insulating...
Rated 5.00 out of 5
Loose Fill Insulknop 150 sq/ft box
$105.00
Wool Knops are the high insulation value, long term solution for insulating...
Rated 5.00 out of 5
Bale with 220lbs of natural wool insulation loose fill Insulknop 5825
$1,343.00
Traditional Wool Batts, (84 Sq/Ft box)
$126.00
The measurement of our traditional batting is designed for insulation that allows...
Rated 5.00 out of 5
Loose Fill Insulknop 450sq/ft box
$315.00
Wool Knops are the high insulation value, long term solution for insulating...
Rated 5.00 out of 5
Loose Fill Insulknop 150 sq/ft box
$105.00
Wool Knops are the high insulation value, long term solution for insulating...
Rated 5.00 out of 5

Sample Products

Receive your FREE WOOL SAMPLE, just pay $15 shipping and handling.

 

Box with .5lbs of lose fill Insulknop 5825 for Sample
$15.00
Box with 1 (3ft x 7in x 2in)piece of Insulbatt 800 for sample
$15.00

How Many Boxes of Batts You Need

Here is a chart to give you an idea of how much wool you will need it includes the floor and ceiling​

How Much Loose Fill Wool You Need

Most vans have about a 2-inch cavity depth that you can fill with insulation. If you are securing the mesh right against the van’s metal framing, then a 2-inch covering will do nicely. If you are framing it out a bit with wood, then you can figure for a 2.23” to 2.7” coverage — this also will ensure that you have enough wool to fill gaps in the doors and other hard to reach places. Filling in those pockets will keep your van from sounding tinny and rattly and give you a solid, tight sound and feel.

Here is a chart to give you an idea of how much wool you will need
(includes the floor and ceiling)

If you have a van model that’s not on the chart,, use this formula to calculate how much you need:

[150 ft box] 1 box will cover 150 sq/ft at 1 inch thick

[450 ft box] 1 box will cover 450 sq/ft at 1 inch thick

Measure your walls, floor, and ceiling to get your square footage.

If you have 300 sq/ft in your van, and you didn’t add a lot of framing, you can go with 2 inches of insulation on average. You would need 300sq/ft x 2 inches = 600.

You will want to match that 600 as close as you can, so that would be 1 [450 ft box] and 1 [150 ft box], to fill all you need.

Add one box of mesh, this is enough to completely cover any model VAN

Then you’re good to go!

The Wool.Life team is available and glad to answer any questions.

Call or text us at+1 (406) 204 3895

or email us vanlife@wool.life

We will answer within 24 hours. Promised!

Please don’t contact us for soliciting

Wool Life 1031 S. Hamilton St Suite C Dalton, GA 30720