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Are you looking to change your RV layout?
Have you outgrown your layout or just don't like it for some reason. Well, if you've owned your RV for many years like we have, then you've probably got a good idea of what you'd like to change.
If your RV layout isn't working for you anymore, don't sell it. Change it. If your RV has good bones, consider changing the layout yourself instead of buying a new RV.
Let's face it. Drilling a hole in the roof of your RV is terrifying. Some times though, the best route from point A to point B is through a carefully placed hole in your roof. I'll show you the best way to drill a hole in your roof and run cables into your RV.
If you rely on batteries to power your RV while boondocking or dry-camping, a battery monitoring system is an essential piece of equipment. Most RVs don't come with one. This article includes my top picks for RV battery monitoring systems in 2018-2019.
With many battery monitoring systems (BMS) out there to choose from, which one should you buy?
Leaving your RV exposed to the rain and snow during the winter can lead to roof damage and leaks. So what's the best way to protect your RV and prevent leaks during the winter?
Let's be honest, nobody wants to see your nasty sewer hose. Right? So I've come up with a secret hiding place to store your ugly sewer hose. You'll like this project idea, I promise. When complete, you won't see your sewer hose and it won't take up valuable space in your storage bin.
Dumping your black and gray tanks is perhaps the least glamourous task you'll complete as an RV owner. Ninety nine percent of the time, everything goes nice and smooth. Then there's that one percent. Yup, it happens.