If you Live in or store your RV in Cold Climates, you may consider haveing your RV Winterized.
We offer affordable winterizing for your RV. you must have your black tank empty with gate valve in open position and cap off
Below is a list of the process.
- Inline water filters remove and bypass before starting.
- Drain the fresh water holding tank.
- Drain and flush the gray holding tank.
- Flush the Black Tank
- Drain the water heater.
- Turn off heating element (water heater, if it has one)
- Open all hot and cold faucets; toilet valve and outside shower.
- Open the low point drain lines.
- Recap all drains and close all faucets.
- By-pass the water heater. If you do not have a by-pass kit installed, one can be **purchased and installed for you.
- Disconnect the inlet side of the water pump
- Ready for RV Antifreeze
- Turn the water pump on and pressurize the system.
- Repeat this process on all faucets from the closest to the farthest away. Don’t forget the outside shower, if equipped.
- Flush the toilet until antifreeze appears.
- Turn the water pump off and open a faucet to release the pressure.
- Pour a cupful of antifreeze down each drain. Pour a couple of cups in the toilet and flush into the holding tank.
- Double check that all the faucets are closed.
- WINTERIZING $99.00 (Travel Trailers, 5th Wheels
- WINTERIZING $149.00 (Gas and Diesel Motorhomes)