Rich and Kathy are full-time RVers who write about their travel adventures at Trek With Us.
After they bought their Winnebago Aspect Class C motorhome, they installed an after-market water filtration system.
In this video, you’ll learn why Rich and Kathy installed their water filtration system as well as why you might want to install a water pressure regulator in your rig.
The simple answer is that most RV water lines are designed to handle around 100psi. Many RV parks have low enough water pressure that you don’t need a regulator, however plenty have very high water pressure that can burst RV water lines. It would be disastrous to have your RV springs a leak where you can’t see, and that could cause water damage to your floor, cabinets, walls, storage bins, and anything stored in any of those locations – not good!
You’ll also learn other helpful tips in selecting the best system for your rig including,
- advantages of a canister-type water filtration system
- drawbacks of using an in-line filter
- best water filtration systems for full-time and part-time RVers
- how water filters are rated and what the rating means for you
Watch Rich explain the water filtration setup he uses in his rig below.
If you want to learn more about RV water filtration check out this article or you can follow Rich and Kathy’s adventures through their blog, Trek With Us.