– Extra insulation – Vents in the roof to release excess moisture from the “attic” – An enclosed underbelly – Heat ducts and vents in the storage bay area, where much of the plumbing system is located
1. Line the backs of cabinets (that are on an exterior wall) with Reflectix. 2. Spray the bottom of the camper with spray foam. 3. Put Reflectix on the backs of storage bay access doors. 4. Wrap the slides with foam board or vinyl
To make sure our hose drained quickly, we built a downhill track for it out of cheap vinyl guttering and cinder blocks. Additionally, our sewer hose runs under the bottom of our RV and is fully enclosed with skirting, so frozen sewage hasn’t been a problem for us.