Winter is just around the corner, so it’s time to take steps to protect your stable caravan or resort to the harsh icy climate because when you leave it unattended.
Your stable caravan or resort can be exposed to factors, especially during the snowy months, so it is important to be prepared for bloody and stormy climates and also to ensure your safety. Cover left.
Here are our handicraft handicrafts to decorate your holiday caravan in winter so you don’t have to deal with nasty surprises when you get back.
Inside your Caravan
When your park closes, turn off the water at the top pick, remove the system, and winter the entire system as recommended by the manufacturer.
Your park operator can also provide an experienced drainage service provider to blow compressed air through the pipes.
So if you need to make sure your device is completely tired, contact a park representative.
If your park closes during the winter months, whenever you leave your trailer unattended, turn off the water at the top pick, then turn on all the taps and take a shower to drain all the water. Also, flush the toilet to make sure all the water in the pool is gone. Note that these precautions will be discontinued for policyholders who have leisure time between November 1 and March 15.
- Put a small amount of salt in the plug holes in all sinks, tubs and showers.
- Unplug any electrical devices, including large white goods.
- Check frost-protected areas for hot heating systems (do not drain them)
- Check the antifreeze layers of the sealed mandatory heating system(do not drain these).
- If you have a critical heating system, set it up to protect it from freezing damage.
- Wash the floor and relax the caravan.
- To keep your caravan warm and comfortable somewhere during the heat of the season, stop using it now and make your caravan unpleasant. We used to publish a manual to prevent bugs from
- Empty and refrigerate the refrigerator and freezer and turn off the power. Remember to empty ice or cold water dispensers in your refrigerator when the door is barely open.
Outside your Caravan
- Extreme softness and reminder with the outdoor protector that removes dust and algae
- Check the seals and seals in your caravan so that you do not come back now and find that water has entered.
- Check that the anchor under your caravan is stable, has no signs of corrosion and no signs of corrosion and that the chains are in excellent condition.
- Lubricate door hinges and window locks with a box of pet petroleum jelly so they can be easily opened when you return.
- Leave all external drainage of water open.
In addition, it is worth checking the caravan periodically during the icy months, especially when there are moments of trauma, to deal with any damage or other problems that may arise. Some parks, even when closed due to snow, allow owners access to their caravans during the day.
When it snows a lot, sweeping extra snow from the roof is a great idea. Talk to the park operator and see how they can help. Such snow can damage the roof or, worse, cause the roof to collapse – flat caravan roofs are most at risk!