Installing An RV Power Vent: A Step-By-Step Demo
Standard RV roof vents are great for removing stale air from your cabin, but they’re not so proficient in replacing that old air with new, cooler air. For that, you need to upgrade to an electric RV power vent with a built-in fan. Updated RV power vent models make it extremely simple to replenish the air in your RV and keep your living quarters feeling fresh and comfortable around the clock.
How To Fix A Sagging RV Headliner
The fabric headliner in your RV can begin to sag in spots for various reasons, including excessive heat, humidity, and leakage. These all cause the adhesive to loosen and the fabric headliner to peel away from the ceiling. But fear not! You can fix your sagging RV headliner in a few different ways and get the inside of your vehicle looking tiptop.
Easy RV Remodeling Instructions + RV Makeover REVEAL!
Before we decided to dive into RV remodeling, I did a LOT of research into painting RV walls, painting cabinets and even painting the faux wood cabinets in our camper. I discovered a product that seemed to fit all of my needs for our RV makeover and it turned out AMAZING. I'll show you how to do it yourself.
Fresh Air In All Kinds Of Weather: RV Vent Cover Installation Instructions
The interior of your RV can get very warm during late spring and summer, especially when driving on sunny days. Running your air conditioning units to eliminate the stuffy feeling in the air can be a huge waste of electric power and money, It makes no sense to run the A/C when you’ve got a large air vent in the middle of your RV roof. It’s the perfect way to get fresh air into your RV interior. Continue watching to learn more!
Repairing Front Bunkhouse Flooring
In this video lesson RV maintenance experts Dave Solberg and Steve Albright teach you how to diagnose and repair water damage in your RV’s front bunkhouse. As with any other part of your RV that contains door components and seals, the unfolding bunk is susceptible to water collection, rot, and mold. Dave and Steve open up the front bunk on a demo Jayco to demonstrate what happens when water damage strikes.
How To Add An RV Reading Light
Sometimes at night the passenger will need to read a map or something else to help the driver navigate. An RV reading light installed just behind the passenger will offer enough light to see without disturbing the driver. First you must find a 12-Volt power source to tap into that is not switched somewhere else in the RV. In this video the RV reading light can easily be installed in the side panel of the cabinet as a bullet light is located directly under the cabinet.
RV Flooring Maintenance: Keeping Carpet Clean
In this free video lesson RV repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you some RV flooring maintenance tips to extend the lifespan of your vehicle’s carpet. Although carpet is nice to have and can make your RV feel more homey, it can also be difficult to keep clean. If you don’t want to have to deal with routine upkeep, you could replace your carpeting with vinyl. But if you prefer the carpet, Dave has some simple recommendations to make your carpet last longer and look nicer. Consider using…
Hydraulic Lippert Slide-Out Operational Walkthrough
Slide-out rooms have dramatically changed the way we travel by RV. Offering further opportunities for arrangement and greater living space, slide-outs can make life on the road a whole lot more comfortable. With new technology and a wide range of models, RVers get to customize their slide-out room to fit their preferences and unique needs.
Making An RV A Home: Sprucing Up The Place
Who says a home on wheels can’t look more like your permanent home? Just because your RV came with standard decor doesn’t mean you have to keep it. There are all sorts of easy and inexpensive ways to dress up the inside of your RV to make it feel much more comfortable and lived in. In this free lesson, Lauren Grijalva teaches you simple tips for making an RV a home.
How To Prevent Air Conditioner Condensation
If you’ve traveled in your RV during the peak of summer, you may have experienced what happens when the air conditioning unit goes into overdrive to combat the high heat: condensation! Air conditioner condensation can drip into the interior of your unit and cause a few different problems, including soiled carpet and increased cabin humidity. But worry not, there are certain steps you can take to reduce the amount of condensation, and in this lesson, we divulge some of our most trusted…
“Cool” Tips To Make Your RV Air Conditioner Run More Efficiently
As we approach the dog days of summer, we find ourselves “recreating” in some extreme temperatures and high humidity conditions. In our homes we can maintain a comfortable temperature just by setting the thermostat and not worry about it. Every time we walk into the house the temperature is the same. Too many new RV owners expect the same performance from their RV roof air conditioner and become frustrated when they step into an uncomfortable rig!
RV AC Overview: How Cooling Units Work
There’s a fairly common misunderstanding about the capabilities of RV AC units, in the sense that they ought to cool a hot vehicle in no time flat. If I return from a hike on a 95-degree day and my RV has been baking in the sun, when I kick on the AC my interior temperature should be comfortable after just a few minutes running.
RV Flooring Maintenance: Keeping Carpet Clean
In this free video lesson RV repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you some RV flooring maintenance tips to extend the lifespan of your vehicle’s carpet. Although carpet is nice to have and can make your RV feel more homey, it can also be difficult to keep clean. If you don’t want to have to deal with routine upkeep, you could replace your carpeting with vinyl. But if you prefer the carpet, Dave has some simple recommendations to make your carpet last longer and look nicer.