Ventilation while winterized?
I'm familiar with most of the winterizing needed in a camper, but ventilation is never mentioned. When I had a trawler, during winter storage I had a couple of small heaters (very low output) running in the boat. Theory Es, if you got the air heated slightly, as it rose and leaked out the boat it would take moisture with it. Would this be a wise move in a camper? What about having the roof vents cracked slightly (both have covers)? Any thought greatly appreciated.
Eric and Marion
Maggie and Chubbs (mini dachshunds)
2012 Cruisers Patriot 335SS
2008 F350 Super Duty, 6.4l diesel, 8' bed
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