Green Your RV: Keeping it Warm
Prepare for chilly winter nights by installing a propane catalytic heater. Unlike your typical RV furnace, it uses no electricity and saves battery power. Make the most of your heat and minimize drafts by checking your RV’s slides, windows, and door seals. At night, an electric blanket can also help you keep the chills down to a minimum.
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Correction: It has been brought to our attention that propane catalytic heaters can pose safety hazards in RVs. Any space in which these heaters are used must be properly ventilated, and under no circumstances should propane catalytic heaters be left on at night. Their use should be supervised and the propane should be shut off at the source when the heater is not in use.