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Old 11-07-2014, 01:25 PM   #1
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Insulating for winter

Hello everyone. I live in the north east full-time. I am prepping my unit for winter as I continue to use it. I already put the pink stuff into the lines. I'm wondering if there's any additional steps that should be taken. And is there a way of insulating the inside of the unit. I noticed the shower area as well as the bathroom get pretty cold. Do the air vent installation cushions work and would it help if I put a air-conditioned cover on . Thanks

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Old 11-07-2014, 04:56 PM   #2
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They make insulated cushions to go in your skylights. We use ours in all winter driving,they really help. I take down my a/ c covers and put insulation up there before putting back up. Don't forget to take back out in the spring.

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Some people put Reflectix in the back and tops of their cabinets as that's another source of heat loss.
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