From the bloggers at Hectic Short Trip RVing
We have talked about staying warm in your RV during the cold winter months. First by moving South to warmer weather but, for many that is not an option. If you have to say in the cold for whatever reason what should you do to help your RV not to freeze. Let’s look at the different areas of the RV and what can be done to keep that area from freezing.
First the outside perimeter. Ok, let’s get it on the table, do not use bales of hay to surround the rig.
Why, they’re are cheap and easy to stack?
Because of FIRE, rodents, and bugs. If for some unknown reason the hay should catch fire there would be little chance of survival. And don’t forget that many outdoor creatures would love to come inside your RV and spend the cold winter months.
What can be used? You can use skirting for your specific RV.
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