Interior Heater Instead of Winterizing
Throwing this out for info...
I have in the past winterized via pumping rv anti freeze thru all the lines, drains, and tanks. As wife still worked we didn't rv during winter.
She goes part time as of now, and we plan to do some traveling this winter, down to Ga. coast, south Ga, and Fla.
We live in Va, Shenandoah Valley area, and it does get below freezing many times during winter months.
Thinking of just running anti freeze in black/gray tanks, and black/gray drain lines, but all the other plumbing is inside the coach (class c motor home), under sinks, under bed, behind walls, ect. the usual.
Thinking about running several electric space heaters, at around 40 degrees or so, leaving everything inside open for warm air flow.
Want to be able to hit the road without having to de-winterize to leave, and then winterize again upon return.
Any of you out there in rv land do this??? Any problems???
Open to opinions.