When out on the road, your RV is your home away from home. Just like with a stationary home, you want to keep your mobile home as comfortable as possible, so you make minor (and major) improvements to interior components such as RV plumbing and RV heating to get your space just the way you want it.
Also like in your stationary home, items in an RV are prone to malfunction unexpectedly, requiring inspection, troubleshooting and, oftentimes, upgrade. These can be stressful or tricky situations, so we created this series on proper RV interior repair and maintenance to help you easily complete a range of RV repair and upgrade projects on your rig.
Whether you’re looking to make your RV refrigerator more efficient or you want to install a new digital thermometer to better monitor your RV heater, we’ve got the expert guidance and simple solutions you need to navigate any RV interior project. Follow along as we teach you how to repair and upgrade a variety of RV interior components, from a smelly RV toilet to leaky RV heating appliances. Take advantage of these handy tips, and take the stress out of maintaining your home on wheels!
If you discover that the Accu-Slide cable slide room on your RV squeaks when you extend and retract the room, there are a few different things you should look for to find a solution. Over time, the cables, gears and other parts on an Accu-Slide room can become misaligned and collect dirt and debris. Because… Read more »Watch Now >>
When you retract and extend the Accu-Slide cable slide room in your RV, you want to ensure that you don’t bring in any outside moisture or debris that can lead to costly repairs. Thankfully, the Accu-Slide is equipped with top- and side-mounted wipes that squeegee off the slide room’s surface on its way in or… Read more »Watch Now >>
When you’re out on the road for an extensive period of time, routine cleaning becomes highly important for maintaining a comfortable living environment. One of the parts of your RV that’s most essential to keep clean is the bathroom, and specifically the toilet and black water tank connected to it. Many RVers rely on their… Read more »Watch Now >>
Whether you’re spending a weekend in the woods or traveling cross country, a functional RV roof vent is essential for a pleasant trip. A roof vent in both the bathroom and main compartment are highly recommended for letting out unwanted fumes and drawing in fresh air. In recent years, manufacturers have developed new forms of… Read more »Watch Now >>
If you’re like us, you could always use more space in your RV, especially in the bedroom. Most RVs aren’t known for their overly spacious sleeping quarters, but thanks to advancements in slide room technology, manufacturers offer newer and better ways to get that little bit extra room to move around. The majority of RVs… Read more »Watch Now >>
Winterizing an RV water system isn’t just recommended, it’s necessary. Without taking the proper precaution and preparing your rig for winter, you risk pipes freezing and damage to the water system, which spells trouble when you go to take your first trip of the spring. To winterize your RV’s water system, you have to attach… Read more »Watch Now >>
Many RV refrigerators run off three main forms of power. These include electricity, battery and LP gas. However, since the 1980s, most manufacturers started only offering two of the three main power sources – LP gas and 120 volt electricity – as options to power refrigerator units. More recently, manufacturers have gone away from using… Read more »Watch Now >>
Silicone is an important part to maintaining and keeping items in your RV properly sealed. It can be used around windows and cap seals. However, using silicone caulk can be very messy and difficult to clean up. Here are just a few tips to help make using silicone caulk easier and allow for quick clean… Read more »Watch Now >>
If you’re looking to discover the correct technique for learning how to mount a TV in an RV, Dave Solberg knows an insider tip that will add one step to the process but also make the mount much more secure and leave you feeling more carefree. In teaching how to mount a TV in an… Read more »Watch Now >>