The buses I am looking at have 3 windows down the side and one at the rear. These are single glazed windows so the vehicle will be cold in the winter, hot in the summer and condensation is a serious concern.
I am looking at removing the rear to windows on both sides and the back window. I have 3 options at the moment.
- Paint the insides of the windows and using kingspan insulation with a thin plywood covering.
- Remove the windows and replace with plastic (or similar) material cut to the same size as the glass then kingspan and line.
- Remove the windows and have a sheet of steel welded externally and respray.
The third option is the best one but may require too much work and costs. I am currently veering towards option 2. I just need to find a decent material for this purpose.