If you’ve used a window insulator kit and you’re still cold, it might be time to break out the big guns. AirSkirts are a fantastic product that allow you to quickly and easily add a skirt to your RV. All you have to do is place the skirting under the RV and air it up, and it fills in all the gaps under the RV so the cold can’t get in.
This keeps your floors warmer, helps protect your plumbing in freezing temperatures, and makes it easier to heat the interior of your RV.
We love that the AirSkirts set up is so fast and that this particular skirt is so small and lightweight when deflated, making it possible to carry the skirt with you wherever you go.
Condensation goes hand-in-hand with RVing in the winter. Windows tend to be covered in moisture, and sometimes even the walls will be wet to the touch. This is a problem because the moisture can cause mold, mildew, and even cause water damage.
You can mitigate moisture in an RV during the winter by using space heaters instead of the RV furnace and avoiding cooking in the RV kitchen or taking super hot showers.
Unfortunately, these things aren’t always realistic when living your day-to-day life in your camper. For this reason, we highly recommend purchasing a small dehumidifier before you do any winter RVing, especially if you’ll be staying somewhere humid.