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If you are forced to be extreme temperatures, you need to be ready. We are continuing with our look at Practical Survival for Vandwellers and today we are going to continue looking at staying comfortable in the heat and cold. The very best thing about being a vandweller is that you always have your shelter with you and because it is on wheels you have the ability to travel with the seasons and maintain a nearly constant temperature.

Among vandwellers and RVers that is known as being a snowbird, flying south or north with the season. Since the temperature drops by a little more than 3 degrees per feet, if I go up feet the temperature will be 20 degrees cooler so it will be about 75 degrees. Eventually though, it will get hot at Prescott as well, usually up to the mid 90s.

When that happens I can just move another miles to the Coconino NF outside of Flagstaff AZ at feet and the temps will drop another degrees putting them into the 80s. But more importantly, I will be surrounded by huge Ponderosa pines so I can park in the shade and stay very comfortable.

Covering your windows with Reflectix is critical. But by putting out this tarp I keep heat from coming in the window and I also get to keep the window open at the same. Reflectix is two layers of a heavy duty aluminum foil-like material with bubble wrap sandwiched between them.

It adds a small amount of insulation, but what it does extremely well is reflect the heat of the sun away from the van. If you cover all your windows with Reflectix, your van will be much more comfortable in both winter and summer. Here we see Reflectix just compress fitted into a window. It stays very well this way. In the winter the insulation holds the heat inside and keeps me warm, and in the summer it holds the heat out and keeps me cool.

Chances are very good your van has quite a few drafts and they are going to make you feel much colder in winter. So replacing it or improving on it is a very good first step in preparing for winter. Another great idea is to hang a blanket over the entire side and back door. I have a tarp over mine to stop drafts and then an older wool blanket to keep the heat in.

The sun is always putting out some heat so you want to park in such a way so that in the summer you get the least heat inside and the heat that does get inside can escape. Because the sun puts out the most heat at noon, you want the van to point either due north, or due south at noon.

That way you can have them open in the heat. If you have a dark van, painting the roof will really help. This is the product I recommend and my friend used in this picture from Amazon.

Kool Seal Elastomeric Roof Coating. When it is hot, being able to sit outside in the shade is priceless. If possible you want to find shade to park under, but that rarely is possible, plus with my solar panels I need to be under the sun.

So I create my own shade. The first thing I did was put a piece of plywood over the ladder racks that hold my solar panels which puts my roof in constant shade. The result is that the roof and wall are in constant shade, greatly cooling the van. My roof stays cool because I have a plywood cover over it. You can also see my two roof vents and vent covers. The tarp on the south wall keeps it in the shade as well. Here is a Fantastic Fan working.

It really helps cool the van! Having a roof vent to let the hot air escape will dramatically cool the van. This is the exact vent I bought from Amazon. Here is the Endless Breeze fan and a O2 Cool.

They are all the same. Here is my roadpro fan from Amazon: You have two choices for a fan:. Here is the a great set-up. My friend Judy has her Roadpro fan a few feet away blowing right on her. If she had a roof fan it would be even better! But if you can only afford one or the other, get the portable fan.

What are you going to do for the other 6 hours? So you need to warm the van. Here are your options:. They are exactly like a gas dryer, gas hot water heater or gas furnace in your house or even a gun used right they are a safe and marvelous tool, but if used wrong you can die!

Your heater will come with instructions in exactly how to use it. It will include an exact number for the square inches of ventilation it needs and the exact numbers for clearances around it. If you follow their rules it is a totally safe device, if you fail to follow them, you can die. For example my heater needed 35 square inches of ventilation to be safe. By lowering each front window by one inch I had more than enough ventilation and I knew I was safe.

These heaters put out many times more heat than you will lose from the open window and their problem is you will be too hot not too cold with one on!! They are so hot that they can ignite items left too close to them so they require a clear area around them.

Mine needed 15 inches of clearance from any combustible material, all around. Fortunately, that was easy to provide. Then I knew I was safe. Be sure to read and follow all your heaters warnings and rules and you can be confident you are safe. But, I also strongly recommend you have a carbon monoxide detector with you as well.

They are the very best value for the price. Use these links and I'll make a small percentage and it will cost you nothing: Find everything you need to know to start vandwelling in my book! Buddy Portable heaters work extremely well! Search the Blog Here: Check out this Documentary I was in: Stay Connected With Me!

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It stays very well this way. In the winter the insulation holds the heat inside and keeps me warm, and in the summer it holds the heat out and keeps me cool. Chances are very good your van has quite a few drafts and they are going to make you feel much colder in winter. So replacing it or improving on it is a very good first step in preparing for winter. Another great idea is to hang a blanket over the entire side and back door.

I have a tarp over mine to stop drafts and then an older wool blanket to keep the heat in. The sun is always putting out some heat so you want to park in such a way so that in the summer you get the least heat inside and the heat that does get inside can escape. Because the sun puts out the most heat at noon, you want the van to point either due north, or due south at noon. That way you can have them open in the heat. If you have a dark van, painting the roof will really help.

This is the product I recommend and my friend used in this picture from Amazon. Kool Seal Elastomeric Roof Coating. When it is hot, being able to sit outside in the shade is priceless. If possible you want to find shade to park under, but that rarely is possible, plus with my solar panels I need to be under the sun.

So I create my own shade. The first thing I did was put a piece of plywood over the ladder racks that hold my solar panels which puts my roof in constant shade. The result is that the roof and wall are in constant shade, greatly cooling the van. My roof stays cool because I have a plywood cover over it. You can also see my two roof vents and vent covers. The tarp on the south wall keeps it in the shade as well. Here is a Fantastic Fan working. It really helps cool the van! Having a roof vent to let the hot air escape will dramatically cool the van.

This is the exact vent I bought from Amazon. Here is the Endless Breeze fan and a O2 Cool. They are all the same. Here is my roadpro fan from Amazon: You have two choices for a fan:. Here is the a great set-up. My friend Judy has her Roadpro fan a few feet away blowing right on her. If she had a roof fan it would be even better! But if you can only afford one or the other, get the portable fan. What are you going to do for the other 6 hours?

So you need to warm the van. Here are your options:. They are exactly like a gas dryer, gas hot water heater or gas furnace in your house or even a gun used right they are a safe and marvelous tool, but if used wrong you can die! Close off unused rooms and focus on heating a central room.

It is often easier and cheaper to focus on keeping one room warm than on keeping an entire apartment or house warm. Figure out a single room that your family can stick to during waking hours and seal it off from the rest of the house. Close the doors and keep them covered in blankets. Centralize your heaters and other applications to warm the room. This saves you from having to put a lot of effort in keeping rooms warm that you won't use very often.

Seal gaps that let in cold air. You'll want to keep an eye out for holes and gaps that will let cold air into your home or between rooms that have different levels of insulation. The most common example is the gap under doors, but you may also find that some windows let in a draft or that rooms above a basement have cold air coming up through the floor.

Rolled up blankets and carpets can easily be used to plug these gaps. You'll probably want your bed to be warm before you crawl in to sleep. Those icy sheets are no one's friend. There are lots of ways that you can get your bed ready before it's time to sleep.

A hot water bottle, placed under the blanket at the lower center of the bed, or run your blanket through the dryer for minutes on medium or high heat. Your oven, when it's turned on and heated up to the usual baking temperature of around degrees, can work really well to make the room that it's in nice and warm. Make the kitchen your weekend base of operations and hang out while cookies or a dinner roast is prepared. Doing your laundry can similarly heat up nearby rooms. Make your chores count and be quick to do your laundry on really cold days.

You can wear items fresh out of the dryer to get even warmer. Whether it's a hot cup of lemon tea or a Mexican coffee, drinking a hot liquid can boost how warm you feel from the inside out. Turn the kettle on and break out the mugs because you're about to get nice and warm. You might think or have been told that adding alcohol to a hot drink will make you feel warmer, but that's not really the best advice.

Alcohol actually lowers your body temperature, even though it gives you that "burning" feeling. If it's dangerously cold in your home, you should avoid alcohol. Take a hot shower or bath. A hot shower or bath can just be enough to get your body back to a reasonable level of warmth. Find yourself just getting cold again after five minutes? Make sure you're bundled up as soon as you get out, with warm clothes, a robe, and house shoes.

This will help your body retain the heat of the bath. Choose layers that fit snugly against the body to avoid looking bulky, choose clothes in complimentary colors and opt for one or two different textures or fabrics to look stylish while staying warm in layers. Not Helpful 8 Helpful Put on warm clothes.

Pace back and forth to get your blood flowing. Not Helpful 3 Helpful What does it mean if my body is numb and begins turning blue or purple? It could be hypothermia. These symptoms are caused by poor blood circulation and can be dangerous. Stay warm and take care! Not Helpful 2 Helpful You may need a thermal layer, a middle layer, and an outer layer in a cool school environment to be warm enough or transition from room to room with different temperatures. Fur is a good insulating material, so try wearing something with fur on the inside or both inside and outside.

This will keep you warmer. Not Helpful 14 Helpful Have him wear a vest underneath his shirt, longer socks or some thin shorts under his clothing. If this doesn't help, you may want to invest in a hand-warmer; they are small pouches that act as a miniature water bottle. Not Helpful 15 Helpful Simply speak to your teacher about the dress code and ask which pieces of clothing are inappropriate for your lessons.

Not Helpful 4 Helpful It depends on both your environment and the clothing you have available. For example, you could wear just two layers, such as a shirt and wool sweater, or four layers with an undershirt, shirt, a jacket, and a winter coat, but both options may offer the same amount of warmth. Not Helpful 5 Helpful 6. I live in a house that's always cold and I need help getting warmed up. What can I do? Sometimes using a heat blanket where the blanket can heat up with a button press is a smart idea.

A space heater is also a good investment as well as fuzzy socks. Not Helpful 4 Helpful 4. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. Quick Summary To stay warm in cold weather, start by wearing an under-layer beneath your regular clothes, like leggings or long underwear. Did this summary help you? Tips If you attend school, try to overdress.

That way you will always have enough clothing. It's a bad idea to be stuck freezing at school, because there's no way you can get extra clothing. Boots are indispensable in the winter. Try to get at least two pairs: Always have an indoor, heated place that you can get to. You don't want to be stuck outside if the weather becomes extreme. Tight leggings underneath jeans are a great way to stay warm and look nice.

Wear one or more pairs of gloves. If caught outside in non-tolerable winter conditions, find shelter immediately. If there is no sturdy building or other place that will store heat, use nature as a shelter such as a row of healthy overgrown pine trees.

They alone will at least break the chilling wind and keep that area slightly warmer. Try wearing black clothes during the day and bask in the sun if it's out of course! If you are going somewhere and get cold, take a break if you have the time and warm up in a nearby building before continuing. Keep blankets at hand. Drink warm milk or add orange juice to it for a fast warm up. If you get too cold, get inside immediately. If it is snowing or raining, make sure that your shoes are water resistant.

If your feet are cold and wet, it won't matter how well the rest of you is bundled up Wear clothing that will cover your ears so that they won't be cold. Your breath is your own little heater. Zip or button your coat all the way up and breathe in and out. It gives off some warmth. Be aware though that your breath is also moist and may soak fabrics. In extreme cold try a balaclava that allows moisture to escape but keeps the wind off your face.

If you are going to be outside for a long time, use hand warmers inside your gloves or mittens they work best with mittens, since you can wrap your entire hand around them. They are quite inexpensive, and they are sold at any sporting goods store, or any department store that has a sporting goods department. It is a good idea to have more than one pair of thick socks in case the other pair gets wet.

If you go to school and your feet are cold, wear tights or for boys, two pairs of socks.

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