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!
Boondocking, or dry camping, is the practice of parking an RV overnight in a spot with no running water or electricity. Boondockers rely on their own supplies they have built up. The benefit of dry camping is that some of the spots used are in the pristine wilderness, untouched and filled with natural beauty. They’re… Read more »Watch Now >>
With the advent of new technologies like HDTV and digital TV, RVers often ask whether they need a new RV TV antenna. This informative video introduces the easy-to-install Wingman booster that effectively increases your range and reception, eliminating the need to invest in another RV TV antenna. The video asks you to analyze how much… Read more »Watch Now >>