Sunday, November 20, 2016
Everyone has a stake, and a role, in protecting Mother Earth. Those who want to leave a smaller environmental footprint can opt to live in an RV, whose smaller space requires less heating, cooling, and water than a traditional home.
But if you want to make your RV even greener, there are many things you can do. Below is just a quick list that RV owners can consider.
Install Solar Power Cells
Like any home, your RV requires quite a bit of power to keep your lights, fridge, TV, and other appliances running. But electrical power is often derived from burning fossil fuels, which pollutes the atmosphere. Read more from this blog:
Saturday, November 19, 2016
For many people, homeownership is still the pinnacle of the American Dream. But some people want the benefit of owning a home without being tied down to one place. For these individuals, an RV is perhaps the perfect solution.
But a home, whether stationary or mobile, needs proper maintenance to ensure its longevity. If you don’t take note of these crucial upkeep, you might end up needing RV repair in Sacramento.
Change Your Engine Oil Regularly
In a lot of ways, the engine oil is the blood that courses through your vehicle. Over time, the quality of the engine oil will degrade, which naturally affects the performance of your RV’s engine. Read more from this blog:
Friday, November 18, 2016
Prairie City RV Center offers new service in Folsom and other surrounding areas using a revolutionary Leak Detection Technology. The Sealtech 430-R, a specialized equipment specifically designed to speed up leak repair will be used to pressurize interiors of coaches in order to detect on the roof and along the exterior of the RV. A surfactant or a soapy water solution is then used to produce bubbles on openings.
Even the smallest leaks can cause damage to the interior of the RV. Left unrepaired, openings can only increase in size over time and can lead to significant water damage. This is why routine leak detection should be a part of every RV owner’s preventative maintenance routine.
Thursday, November 17, 2016
A trailer serves as a second home to people who spend a great deal of time on the road. It’s the kind of vehicle that takes you to your adventures while ensuring your safety, comfort, and convenience. It can only do its job, however, if it’s in good condition. This is why it’s essential to conduct regular maintenance. Not only will this keep your vehicle fully functional, but it will also prevent an expensive trailer repair along a Sacramento area roadway.
While it’s best to call a professional for routine vehicle checks and repairs, there are maintenance steps you can do yourself.