Protect Your Water Lines
If you leave water in the pipes of your RV throughout the cold season and it freezes, you could be looking at significant issues such as pipe bursts – which in turn means costly repairs. It is critical to go through the proper draining of all fluids and to use RV antifreeze.
Stop Rodents & Pests
If you don’t want to encounter furry surprises in the spring, you should make sure your RV is properly sealed for the winter! This will keep your fuzzy friends where they belong – in nature – not your RV.
Take Care of Your Tires
Did you know that cold temperatures can cause damage to your tires? Proper inflation, removing weight, and even lifting your RV slightly for an even greater weight reduction can help to minimize the impacts of the cold winter.
Protect Your Battery
The same way the battery of your car will lose charge in the cold, as will the battery in your RV. Since you likely won’t be running it for several months, you should take the battery out and keep it in a separate place.
Prepare for Spring
Winterizing your RV will make your camping preparation in the spring MUCH easier!
Schedule RV Winterization
Mobile RV Winterize $199 + Travel
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