Once we’ve all winterized our RVs in the Fall and put them into storage, we tend to forget about them until the Spring. But it is a good idea to keep an eye on them over the colder months, and carry out an inspection every now and then, just to make sure we don’t have any surprises when we de-winterize. Here are a few things to look out for to keep your RV in tip-top condition over the Winter:
It’s Fall and temperatures are starting to drop below zero, so make sure you make time to winterize your RV before damage can be done. It’s not too difficult or time-consuming, but if you do need help, contact Tri Crown RV as we are happy to help with winterizing your camping unit.
We enjoy those warm days in our RVs, but when we winterize our campers, mold and moisture can creep in and need to be treated, or permanent damage can arise.