An increasing number of people are choosing to live in their RVs fulltime rather than storing them throughout winter. Unfortunately, motorhomes are notoriously difficult to keep “climate controlled”. It seems like they’re either too hot or too cold. Although the insulation that they’re manufactured with is likely sufficient for moderate temperatures, if you ever plan to spend time in cold climates, you’ll probably want to winterize.
If you plan on storing your RV there are a few important things to keep in mind. Try reading: Winterizing Your RV for Storage
For those traveling, basically, the goal is to reduce drafts and increase the insulation. There are several methods you can use to do this. So, let’s start with the easiest, least expensive ones and work our way up.
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