As the fall and winter months roll in, you’ll want to make sure that your RV is going to stay warm enough this season.
Even if you’re heading south, consider investing in a secondary heat source (like a catalytic RV heater) or an electric blanket for cold nights. Skirting your RV is another great way to insulate if you plan on staying in an area below freezing.
In addition, adding a few vent insulators like these ones from Camco can help keep warm air inside.
These vent insulators block heat and light, thanks to their 2 ¾ inches of foam and reflective surface.
The insulators serve a dual purpose: you can use them during the winter to hold in heat, and in the summer for extra shade.
They’re easy to install and have the flexibility of being taken back out within seconds.
You can also use these in the skylights above your bed to keep the sun from shining in. They fit snugly in most standard 14-inch RV vents and don’t fall out while in transit.