Technically Speaking – Q&A: May 2022
On our last camping trip a big branch fell on the top of our motorhome, resulting in several holes that damaged the rubber membrane, structure and insulation.
Taming the Wind
Awning can be extended or retracted using a remote control that can also regulate lighting. The awning will retract automatically in strong wind events.Dometic’s Power Pro Kit will signal the awning to close in strong winds automatically, restoring peace of mind while...
Blowing in the Wind
Slide-out toppers play an important role when it comes to protecting an RV and are arguably one of the most abused accessories in the RV space. They shelter slide-out roofs from water intrusion and debris, quiet down the noise in rainstorms and generally improve the appearance of any RV
Technically Speaking – Q&A: April 2022
When we watch TV, we always leave at least one light on so we can read the numbers on the TV remote or just to have a little background light so it’s not so dark. The problem with our trailer is that one switch turns on four LED lights…
The Heat Is On
Most motorhomes, trailers and truck campers have some form of comfort heating to maintain interior warmth during cold days and nights. The vast majority of RVs use a forced-air furnace complete with a network of ducting that runs through the floor or cabinetry, terminating with registers to distribute warm air.
A Bright Reminder
Leaving porch lights on all night can irritate next-door neighbors; adding indictor lights to jog your memory is the simple way to make new friends.