Most RV air conditioners operate in similar ways. Here are a few things you can do to ensure your A/C lasts a long time—and keeps you cool!
Looking to go boondocking away from the crowds? Make sure you have these four important things in check before you go off-the-grid.
Follow these easy steps to remove the air conditioning unit from your RV’s roof for replacement or to make room for solar panels.
This small, cold-pack powered air conditioner can cool a space about the size of a 14 foot travel trailer.
Slim and discreet, this new breed of window air conditioner would work well in an RV.
Some pop up trailers don’t come with air conditioning units. Here’s how to add your own DIY-style.
With just some basic materials, he created an R2-D2 replica on the roof of his trailer.
When things heat up for the summer, it can be costly to cool your RV. Consider this DIY air conditioner as a low-cost alternative to keep cool!