Winterizing Your Motorhome

Posted on December 5, 2018

 

There are many steps to winterizing your RV: inspection, draining fluids and protection.

Once you decide your Autumn camping has come to a close, you may be planning your trip South or West to escape the frigid Northern temperatures. Even if you are a snowbird, winter is a good time of year to inspect, replace fluids and protect your RV.  The plumbing, water systems, tires and roof of your motorhome should be maintained prior to being stored or driven across the country.

This week’s featured RVs boast many convenient features that should be winterized or maintained to keep them in great condition.

Gemini® RUV Class B+ Motorhomes

  • One-piece TPO roof
  • Tankless water heater
  • Outside shower
  • Foot flush toilet
  • Stainless steel bathroom sink
  • 360° Siphon RV holding tank vent cap
  • 1” fresh water tank drain
  • Holding tanks with heat pads
  • Black tank flush system

Click here to learn more about Gemini.

Venetian® Class A Motorhomes

  • AC condensation drainage system
  • Aqua-Hot® 250P hydronic furnace and water heating system
  • Enclosed and heated holding tanks
  • Black tank flush system
  • Stacking washer and dryer
  • Outside shower
  • Porcelain toilet

To learn more about the Venetian, click here.

Four Winds® Sprinter Motorhomes

  • Black tank flush system
  • Outside shower
  • Holding tanks with heat pads
  • 1” fresh water tank drain
  • Tankless water heater
  • Foot flush toilet
  • Stainless steel kitchen sink with sprayer

To learn more about the Four Winds Sprinter, click here.

Refer to your owner’s manual for your specific winterization requirements. To see our winterization tips video, watch below!

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