Incredible Travel Trailer Winterizing Tips You Need To Know Of
If you are a travel trailer owner or frequent traveler on road trips, winter is most probably not your best time for activity. As a matter of fact, most travel trailer owners store the RV in a safe place during the colder months of the year until the spring comes and their back on the road. As a wise travel trailer owner, it is natural to get concerned whenever the cold season approaches. In other words, you have to prepare for the cold months and prevent damages such as bursting of pipes from frozen water, pump failure, air conditioner malfunction, refrigerator issues, and such other damages or problems on your property.
In most cases, travel trailers come with a single battery, which should be disconnected and placed in a warm environment to keep it in good order. This is best done when the battery is on full-charge capacity and its water level is sufficient. Also, avoid placing the battery on concrete. This is because concrete surfaces tend to have a draining effect on motor batteries. You may also want to remove smaller batteries in appliances and devices from their holders and store them away safely to prevent their destruction by the damaging effect of the cold season.
If your travel trailer contains one, be sure to drain any fuel in preparation for winter before storing it. This is because if left to stand in the machine for the entire season, the fuel can be converted to a certain kind of lacquer, which will most likely require some costly repairs before it is able to start or function properly. A nice way to go about it is to leave the generator running until it stops as the fuel gets depleted. Once it stops, ensure that you push the kill switch or the 'on’ button.
Long winter months also tend to have a damaging effect on the RV’s exterior surface, especially when it’s covered with some dust, grime, or other substances and chemicals. The winter extremities will most likely cause reactions with such dirt with the surface as the snow thaws and melts, causing it to discolor, rust, or tarnish. This interfered with the look and feel as well as durability of your travel trailer. Before storing your travel trailer for the winter season, be sure to winterize by washing and waxing the road trip vehicle. You may also want to get an RV cover for the exterior in case the trailer will not be stored in a garage or RV canopy. The tires should also be protected by dedicated RV tire covers for best storage during winter.
Detroit, Tallahassee, Pascagoula, South Carolina, Mount Kisco, Woodridge, Key Biscayne, Des Moines, East Peoria, El Monte, Broadview Heights, Bonney Lake, Miramar, Springfield, Stillwater, Papillion, Arcadia, Illinois, Tenafly, Beachwood, Oak Lawn, Florida, Ottawa, Fayetteville, Radcliff, Seven Hills, Independence, Grayslake, Salem, Lindenwold, Perrysburg, Hammonton, Alaska, Slidell, South Houston, Oswego, Memphis, Kingsport, Cambridge, West New York, Suffern, Wilmington, Woodland, St. Augustine, Lake in the Hills, Vincennes, Camarillo, Woodbury, Cumberland, Blue Ash, Southfield, Tualatin, Cohoes, Carroll, Pine Hill, Marion, Benton Harbor, Blytheville, Canton, West Virginia, Orangeburg, Wheeling, Mint Hill, Harrisburg, Richmond, Flint, Rhode_Island, Pueblo, Lake St. Louis, Laredo, Albany, Beaufort, Aberdeen, Manassas Park, La Habra, Minden, Denison, Lemoore, North Las Vegas, Brookfield, North Olmsted, Racine, North Aurora, Lancaster, Birmingham, Lombard, Sparks, Clemson, Palm Springs, Utah, Asheville, Morgan City, Macomb, Bartlesville, Tennessee, Virgin Islands, Oskaloosa, New Bern, Nebraska, Arlington Heights