Condensation is one of the biggest causes of damage to an RV or camper’s interior. But also, it can eventually lead to health issues due to mold and mildew in a confined space. This helpful guide will help you to keep unnecessary moisture and humidity out of your RV and stop condensation from happening in your RV.
Your RV’s air conditioner can fail at the most inopportune times if you don’t take care of it. Regardless if you have a motorhome, fifth wheel or travel trailer, we will walk you through with these RV air conditioner maintenance, inspection and cleaning tips. These RV cooling system tips will help keep your AC in top notch efficiency on those hot days when you need it most.
While RVing in the summer is fun, when the temperatures are above 80 degrees, your RV vacation can turn into an unpleasant and sticky experience. Your camper will feel like a hot oven inside. And because RVs are not built like houses, it can be a challenge to keep your RV cool in the summer heat. However, there’s several ways to escape the heat, be comfortable and sleep well on those hot summer nights.
The RV air conditioner vents and filters inside your motorhome or camper trailer require monthly maintenance. This includes cleaning the ceiling vents and periodic AC filter replacements. By keeping your vents and filters clean and debris-free, your RV’s air conditioner will operate more efficiently even on your hottest days; thus extending the life of the AC. But most of all, regular vent cleaning will aid in your family’s respiratory health.