It’s exciting when this time of year rolls around again. The snow has melted (if you get snow), the birds are chirping, the air is warming, and your thoughts turn to sitting around a campfire with loved ones. What could be better?
This step by step guide will help you get your RV ready for the camping season.
Continue reading DIY: De-winterize your Tow-able RV or Travel Trailer
Have you ever noticed that the lights in your RV or trailer get really hot after being on for a short while? The reason that they get so hot is because the bulbs that are used in most RVs are very inefficient incandescent light bulbs.
Over the past year I have been playing with bouncing around the idea that there must be a better lighting solution. There is, and it’s super cool LED lighting.
Continue reading Is It Time To Replace Your Interior RV Lights With LEDS
Time has really been flying by and I apologize for being short on posts in the recent past. I’ve been spending all of my time in our RV getting it ready for camping.
You see, earlier this year I was examining a soft spot in the floor of our 21′ Sun Valley Road Runner and I discovered a disaster far greater than I could have imagined.
The entire floor had to be replaced. Continue reading The Adventures of RV Floor Replacement
Do you ever notice that the water in your RV has a stale taste or slight odor after it’s been sitting for a while? Sometimes the water may seem a little off even when you’ve been using it regularly.
The most likely culprit is that your fresh water system is due for a cleaning! Bacteria love to make homes in an RV water system, so it’s best to sterilize that system on a regular basis.
No need to worry though, it’s an easy job that you can take care of yourself, we’ll tell you how.
Continue reading DIY: Sterilize Your RV’s Fresh Water System
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