Winter Cometh

Before you know it it’s going to be snowing outside. The trees are already changing colors and loosing their leaves around here. In preparation we had already got some heat tape to keep our water supply to the RV from freezing. The plan was set for insulating the area underneath the RV with bails of hay. Then I get an email from the tenants leasing my condo, “can we get out of our lease early?”

In order to spare you the excruciating details; we’ll be moving back into the condo for at least the winter. Other ideas have sprung to mind as well. Since the housing market around here is still pretty shadowsocks crappy we’ll just have to live there until we can find another tenant come spring. In fact it may turn out for the best if we can sell our existing RV and save money for a much better one next year. Wish us luck!

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Aqua-Hot Hydronic Heating Systems Featured on Entegra Coach Motorhomes

Aqua-Hot Hydronic Heating Systems reports that Entegra Coach Motorhomes is offering Aqua-Hot systems on its Anthem, Aspire and Cornerstone models.

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Photo Credit: Entegra

The diesel-powered Aqua-Hot 450-D is standard equipment on the class-leading Cornerstone and optional on the stylish Anthem (pictured above), while the compact propane-powered Aqua-Hot 375-LP is optional on the Aspire.

Heating water only as needed, the self-contained units generate an unlimited supply of hot water, eliminating the need for a storage tank. They also deliver uniform cabin heat by circulating hot water through subtle heat exchangers.

“Aqua-Hot provides our customers with a great solution for interior heat and hot water,” said Entegra national sales manager Tadd Jenkins. “They produce a superior system that adds value to our line.”

Source: Aqua-Hot Hydronic Heating Systems

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Drip, Drip, Not Again!

Just when you think you have all the problems sorted out on your RV something else has to leak!  I found out the hard way that you should never install a faucet without hooking up the water and testing for leaks.  A while back I replaced the bathroom faucet and everything was hand tight like it should be, however it wasn’t until after we had the that I noticed the floor wet again!

At least we found out the sub-floor is plywood.

After pulling up the carpet in the bathroom we found the sub-floor to be wet.  It turns out the hot water line to the newly installed faucet wasn’t hooked up all the way phentermine without prescription and was dripping slowly.  What a mess; I finally got the leak stopped and turned the water back on.  Now I know exactly why my dad always says, “I hate plumbing!”

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