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Window Mat Insulation

Low-E Window Mat Insulation is the perfect solution for keeping you comfy inside your camper van, caravan or motorhome. They have no airborne fibres to worry about, are indoor air quality approved, Class 1 Fire rated and won’t absorb moisture.

Reflects 97% of Heat

Blocks Out 100% of Light

Doesn't Absorb Moisture

Mould and Fungi Resistant

Easy to Cut and Install

Low-E Window Mat Insulation kits are quick and easy to cut and install. They block out 100% of unwanted light and reflect heat to keep you cooler in summer and warmer in winter, allowing you to get a great night’s sleep!

“I’ve used low e for the past 15 months. I’ve found it to work fantastic is all conditions. I’ve probably got 20 vans with it fitted and I’ve had no complaints from any of my customers about being cold. Some of the vans are used for skiing holidays in places that are -20C and more.”

J Cochran, Genesis, UK

“Our customers are delighted with the rooms. We are now offering Low-E Insulation as an update in ALL our sheds, summer rooms and log cabins.”

Alex E, Lancashire, UK

“I found Pet Pad online and thought it was a fantastic idea. I’ve put them in all the kennels and pens my doggie hotel. A few of my customers saw them and asked about them so now I’ve started selling them too. Everyone loves them, especially the pooches!”

Kate E, London, UK

“We used Low-E Insulation to insulate outdoor water tanks. We used to lose a lot of water through evaporation in the summer months. It is made a huge difference. We have now insulated of hot water tanks indoors, and we have noticed our energy bills have gone down too. I’d definitely recommend Low-E Insulation.”

Helen B, Ireland

“I bought the Low-E Insulation from eBay on a recommendation from a friend. It arrived very promptly and was very easy to cut and installing. I’m delighted! It’s certainly made a difference. I can feel that the kitchen gets warmer much quicker on the cold winter mornings.”

P Philip, Macclesfield, UK

“The insulation came in a very easy to handle strip. It was easy to install and I haven’t had any problems since it was installed.”

Andrea P, Dublin, Ireland

“The first time I used Low-E Insulation was on a project in Italy. We used it to simply line a closet on a yacht where there were issues with damp. I was amazed at how simple it was to install. I wish I found this material years ago. We’ve use it on a few projects […]

Bill S, Porto Turistico, Italy

“It was so quick and easy to install and I can’t believe the difference it has made. I wish we’d done it years ago. Thanks again.”

M Joyce, Dublin, Ireland

“I bought a kit online to make window mats from Low-E Insulation. The insulation was very easy to cut to the exact size I needed. The kit came with suckers and everything else I needed. The mats are great. They are completely blackout and keep my van nice and warm even on very cold nights.”

Stephen C, Cornwall, UK

“The car was built in 1958 and I wanted to make sure it survived another 50 years once we had finished refurbishing it. The Low-E was easy to install and more importantly, it was very thin. You’d never know it was there and it seems to have made a big difference. We’re very happy with […]

Dave C, Dublin, Ireland

“I’ve used low e for the past 15 months. I’ve found it to work fantastic is all conditions. I’ve probably got 20 vans with it fitted and I’ve had no complaints from any of my customers about being cold. Some of the vans are used for skiing holidays in places that are -20C and more.”

J Cochran, Genesis, UK

“We used Low-E to line the interior and the engine bay of our NASCAR, its working really well”

Dave P, NASCAR, USA

“We were unsure if Low-E Insulation would work for us so we ran a test. We insulated one van with Low-E and one with the traditional insulation we had been using. Then we brought both vans down to -4*C. The van insulated with Low-E held temperature 4 hours longer than the van without. The results […]

Cameron J, UK

How to Make Insulated Window Mats 

Low-E window mats are ideal for use in campervans and motorhomes but work just as well in cars and vans. Quick and easy to cut, they won’t absorb moisture and reflect 97% radiant heat. Warmer in winter and cooler in summer, your new window mats will block out unwanted light, reduce condensation risk and draughts allowing you to stay cosy and get a great nights’ sleep.
Simply follow the steps below to make your own bespoke Low-E Insulated Window Mats.

Please take the usual precautions when using scissors or a blade. When marking the insulation, be sure not to use a sharp pen that could damage the insulation. Check all measurements and markings before making any cuts. If unsure, cut your mats slightly large. You can always cut a little extra afterwards, but you can’t add extra back on.

Step 1

Measure the Insulation Against the Windows

Place the Low-E insulation against either the inside or outside of the window and mark the height and width of the window onto the insulation with a marker pen.

Step 2

Cut the Insulation

ut the insulation to your measurements. We suggest using something with a straight edge as a guide when cutting the insulation. Once cut, hold the insulation back up against the window to make sure it fits correctly.

Step 3

Round the Corners

You can use scissors to round the corners of your window mats for a neater finish. Only a small piece needs removing to round the corners.

Step 4

Cut Holes for Suction Cups

epeat the above process for all your windows. Once you have all the mats cut, mark a placement in all four corners for each of the suckers (in a minimum of 70mm from the edges). Cut a small piece from the insulation at each of the marked points (approx.. 10mm x 10mm).

Step 5

Fit the Suction Cups

lace the male part of the grommets through each hole and fit the suction cups to the female part, securing on the opposite side of the insulation.

Step 6

Repeat for All Windows

Use care when taking down your window mats. If the insulation is forced or pulled the suction cups can pull through and tear the insulation. To remove, gently fold the insulation back from the corner and remove the suckers from the window with your finger.