Have you been considering a solar install on your RV, but just aren't sure what is involved or where to start? You are certainly not alone. This article addresses some farely common misconceptions and questions people have related to using solar power on an RV.
A product review of the Energizer eSV2000S Portable Inverter Generator. Priced less than most portable RV generators, this model claims to provide up to 2000 watts of clean power for RV, camping, tailgating, or emergency power.
The lack of power receptacles is often a complaint we hear from RV owners. Here are some tips for installing USB and additional AC outlets where you need them in your RV. I'll be you know exactly where you could use some.
You should not have to pay a lot of money to fix the seal on your RV toilet. I’ll show you step-by-step how to do your own RV toilet seal replacement for under $15. Once your RV toilet seal leaks it’s simply a matter of time before you’ll have to replace it. Replacing the seal is easier than you think.
Nobody wants to see your nasty sewer hose right? I've come up with a solution for hiding that awkward and flimsy, yet necessary, piece of RV equipment. It will be right where you need it when you need it, you just won't see it or have it taking of valuable space in your storage bin. You'll like this project idea...I promise.
Build a lightweight portable solar panel stand for a flexible solar panel that can be easily mounted to your RV window. Using an MPPT solar charge controller with bluetooth monitoring, this setup is great to add more solar to your RV or use it as your primary solar charging system.
It has taken my wife many years to get on board with the idea of boondocking in remote areas without electric hookups. Now we both enjoy the freedom and independence of camping almost anywhere, but it didn't happen overnight. Here is the story of how we got there.
Faded, cracked and peeling manufacturer decals can make an RV, camper or trailer look old. Removing them is often the best approach. All you need is a little heat, a steady hand and some patience. Here’s how I do it.