If you’re putting away your RV after a great summer season, get ahead of the rush and get your RV winterized today! If you’re looking for a roof inspection and antifreeze, this will be included in the $109. When it comes to RV winterizing, you’ll want to make sure you do it well. If you’re wondering why you would winterize, let’s look at some concerns together…
The main area of concern when you are winterizing your RV is the water tanks and the plumbing hoses. As the weather gets colder and drops below freezing, if your camper has not been properly winterized, then the water within these areas could freeze and cause your pipes to burst. This will lead to flooding and water damage inside your RV. This is why taking the proper precautions every year when the temperatures drop is so important.
There will be certain items you will need to purchase in order to prepare your camper for the winter. For example, you must have non-toxic RV antifreeze, hand tools to remove drain plugs, a water pump converter kit, and many more tools specifically used to keep your camper safe. Once you have all of these items, you can follow a few simple steps.
Or if you want to make this process a lot easier on yourself, you can just have us do it! We will take care of everything to make sure that your RV is completely ready to take on the cold winter weather. With this service, you can rest easy knowing your camper will be ready when RVing starts up again.
Be sure to contact us to schedule your appointment today! Or feel free to stop by our location, so we can get you scheduled. Plus while you are here, you can take a look at all of our travel trailers, fifth wheels, and more that we have on our lot!