We took advantage of MLKJR day and planned a trip to put up skirting around the RV, to keep the underside warmer and hopefully prevent freezing issues. (See Winter Camping) The weather was beautiful most of the time, and we got some nice skirting up.
The people we bought the RV from had some pretty nice skirting, with wood frames, foam insulation and plywood all around, and when we bought it we also brought home all the pieces of this skirting, which Tim had helped to remove. It was a lot of puzzle pieces, and would have been a lot of work to replace just as it had been before.
Tim decided to use an easier method for a quicker fix. Perhaps in the future we’ll do something more permanent. For now, he just used the foam insulation, cut to fit around the edges, and we taped it on with cold weather insulating tape. It worked quite well, and it already seemed warmer, as the furnace didn’t seem to come on as often. Nice job, Tim!