I know you’re probably looking for an RV heater for you freezing cold weather condition.
Well, here is a perfect solution for you.
Today’s guide will focus on everything you need to know about RV heater.
It covers benefits, types, parts, working principle, installation, troubleshooting and specifications of RV heater.
By the end of this, you’ll be an expert in choosing camper van heaters.
So read on.
You may not know how to choose a diesel heater, you can read the article:
When you read the article carefully, you will become a professional in choosing the best diesel heater.
Chapter 1: What is an RV Heater?
First of all, an RV is short fora recreational vehicle.
Am talking about this (watch the video):
Youknow, those vehicles that have homelike features.
They are meant to help you feel at home while in transit.
They also make great vehicles for road trips and winter camping.
Now, RVs don’t have the best form of insulation as they are highly prone to condensation and heat loss during cold weather.
This means that while they are designed to make you feel at home, they may not feel like it when the temperatures get low.
Thus, to ensure comfort while in the vehicle, especially in extreme weather, you’ll need additional heating help.
In this case, an RV heater – a device that can safely and effectively keep a comfortable temperature in your RV.
Something like this:
It is available in various types and runs on either gas, electricity or diesel.
We’ll discuss more on the types of RV heaters later in this guide.
For now, allow me to give you reasons for needing an RV heater.
Chapter 2: Why do you need an RV Heater?
Well, if you’re a travel junkie and love to travel in your RV, you need an RV heater.
And as I’ve said, RVs are not the best-insulated vehicles.
It can get really cold during extreme weather conditions like winter.
Thus an RV heater is essential as it brings you lots of benefits that include;
RV covered with snow
· Keeping your caravan warm
RV heaters are a great way to warm up your RV with a little extra help.
They tend to provide consistent heat in a controlled environment.
· Energy efficiency
Although known to be very powerful heating devices, RV heaters are backed with energy efficient components.
This means that you’ll experience low fuel and energy consumptions when using this heater.
You don’t need to worry about spending on fuel or recharging your battery now and then.
Do not let the lightweight and compact design of RV heaters fool you.
These devices are backed with durable components that are meant to last forever.
Yes, RV heaters are very safe to use.
A majority of the units in the market are designed and built to meet industry safety and quality requirements.
· Environmental friendly
RV heaters produce clean heat, free of pollutants.
Their combustion chamber is designed to minimize fuel consumption.
Thereby, it reduces the emission of pollutants into the environment.
Portable RV heaters are not limited to be used in a recreational vehicle alone.
You can also use them in your home or office if the need arises.
· Helps to keep your RV in proper working condition
We know that cold temperatures and the elements of cold weather,i.e., moisture can damage parts and components in your RV.
An RV heater thus helps to minimize the damages that a cold climate can wreak on your RV.
With such benefits, RV heaters are undoubtedly a great accessorily to have when you intend to maintain a cozy RV.
The best part is that these devices come in a variety of types.
Have a look below to find out the various types of RV heaters.
Chapter 3: Types of RV Heaters
When talking of RV heater types, you should understand that they differ based on their heat transfer mechanism.
And also, on their energy type.
Based on these, there are four major types of RV heaters.
a) Air RV Heater
Air RV heaters are the more common types of heaters based on their heat transfer means.
They are known as Air RV heaters because of their air heating mechanism-they heat the air in the RV directly.
Air RV heater
Air heaters are quite common in camping, motorhome and caravan applications.
They also operate on various types of energy including gas and diesel.
b) Water RV Heater
Under the heat transfer mechanism, water heaters are also another type of RV heater that you can consider.
Water RV heater
These heat your vehicle by first heating the coolant in the engine of your RV.
Compared to air heaters, they’re less common in RV heating applications.
c) Diesel RV Heater
If your recreational vehicle operates on diesel, using a diesel RV heater is ideal.
The diesel RV heater will get the fuel it needs for heating directly from your vehicle’s fuel reserve.
This is advantageous since you can always fill up with diesel at every service station.
Note that although they use diesel, diesel RV heaters have a meager rate of fuel consumption.
An average 1000W heater consumes about 110 ml of diesel per hour.
This is quite a low consumption rate, lower than what most would expect of a diesel operated RV heater.
d) Gas RV Heater
Like air heaters, Gas heaters for RVs are also pretty common.
This is largely because gas is already carried in the vehicle for cooking and running domestic appliances,i.e., fridge.
Thus, the already available gas can also be used for heating the RV.
The advantage of gas heaters is that they are available in various types.
- As air and water heaters
- As free-standing, wall, and floor mounted heaters
Gas RV heaters are also available with and without ventilation.
Some also come with individually controlled air flow to the separate areas of the RV.
For gas RV heaters, the heat output that you need will vary depending on the size of your RV, insulation as well as the time of application.
Smaller RVs can do with low output RV heater models, those that range from 2000 to 3000 watts.
Medium and large RV can do well with 6000 watts and above Gas RV heaters.
e) Electricity RV Heater
Electric RV heaters operate on electric power.
They are easier to use than all the above types of recreational vehicle heaters.
Electric RV heater
With an electric heater, you don’t need to carry fuel canisters around to be sure that you can use your heater effectively.
Note however that you’ll need a conventional outlet for use with your electric heater.
So this can be a little tricky to run on more bare-bone drives.
Generally, RV heater types are based on their type of heat transfer and the energy type they use.
As illustrated, air heaters can run on gas or diesel, and gas heaters are available as air or water RV heaters.
So obviously, there are pros and cons for using each of these types of heaters.
Thus, ensure that when buying an RV heater, you consider a unit that suits your RV and fulfills your heating requirements well.
Chapter 4: Basic Parts of RV Heaters
An RV heater is an assembly of many parts and components.
Obviously, the number of parts will vary depending on the design and model of the RV heater.
Therefore, for the scope of this chapter, I will focus on the main parts that are common in most RV heaters.
1) Control system
The control system in an RV heater is the part that allows you to control the operations of the heater.
Modern RV heater models come with one touch control panels.
This ones only require you to enter a parameter of your choosing on the digital display and touch a function to enter the command.
The not so modern control systems comprise of buttons and more manual mechanisms of prompting system commands.
Regardless of the design of your RV heater, the control system has a control panel and a circuit board.
It also houses the on/off switch for starting and stop the heater from running.
2) Fuel tank
If you’re using a fuel operated RV heater, your unit will come with a fuel tank.
The tank is what you’ll use to store the fuel that drives the heater.
A good thing with RV heater fuel tanks is that they’re built large enough to not worry you about fuel running out unexpectedly.
3) Combustion chamber
The combustion chamber is a vital part of an RV heater as it is where all the heating takes place.
It generally allows for the mixing of air and fuel, heats the mixture and then releases it to flow to other parts of the RV.
4) Combustion air fan
There is a need to allow in cold air while at the same time dispelling hot air.
To assist in the flow of air in the combustion chamber, you have the combustion air fan.
5) Fuel pump
To draw fuel from the fuel tank, an RV heater must have a fuel pump.
The pump must be powerful enough to draw fuel from the tank to the heater adequately.
Parts of RV heater
6) Exhaust system
The exhaust system is majorly made up of the heater’s outlet.
These are pipes that let out air and fumes from the heater and its parts.
Primarily, the function of the exhaust system is to eliminate waste air from the heater and outside the RV.
The exhaust system is made of hot hair aluminum material-a durable material that can withstand extremely high temperatures.
When buying an RV heater, it is essential to check the quality of your exhaust system-including the outlet pipes’ material.
This way, you save yourself from unnecessary and costly repairs of your RV heater exhaust system.
RV heater gaskets are affixed between the surfaces of the exhaust system.
The function of the gaskets is to;
- Reduce running noise
- Limit vibration
- Seal adjoining parts to prevent leakages within and without the exhaust system.
The ducting system in an RV heater is responsible for ensuring the free flow of air in and out of the heater.
It facilitates passage of hot/warm air, cold air as well as exhaust air.
Since they are highly susceptible to corrosion, ducting pipes are made of stainless steel material.
The parts are also made to withstand cold temperatures that affect the performance of the heater.
9) Heat exchanger
The heat exchanger allows for the transfer of heat from one component to another.
The ignition plug is what ignites combustion in the RV heater combustion chamber.
You see, when air and fuel mix up, combustion needs to take place to burn the mixture.
Once this happens, you get hot air plus exhaust gases that will each be emitted into their respective areas.
Hot air into the RV surrounding and the exhaust fumes out of the heater and the RV.
This is the outer structure of the RV heater.
Its function is to house and protect the internal parts and components of the RV heater.
Usually, the outer casing of an RV heater is made of strong aluminum material.
This is to ensure its durability and resistance against impact and corrosion.
12) Electric chord
If you’re using an electric RV heater, your unit will come with an electric cord.
It is a wire that you will use to plug the heater into an electric source.
Generally, RV heaters come with various parts and components that will always vary depending on the model and design of the heater.
As such, it is important that you review your unit’s manual to understand its configuration better.
Once you know and understand what makes up your RV heater, it becomes easier to know how it works.
The knowledge makes it easier for you to install and troubleshoot your unit when need be.
Let’s talk about RV heater functionality, installation, and troubleshooting in our next chapters.
Chapter 5: RV Heater Working Principle
Honestly, you don’t have to be your technician.
However, there is a lot to be said for knowing about the inner workings of your RV heater.
Your RV heater is an important device; it makes your RV stay, camping, and caravan experiences more enjoyable.
It also makes your RV feel more like a home.
Knowing how your RV heater works, how to install it or even troubleshoot it will help you stay informed.
It could even save you some coins and hassle when you’re out on the road.
So let’s start with how the device works.
The process of how an RV heater maintains optimal temperature in your RV is straightforward.
When you switch on your RV heater, it will first draw in cool air from the RV compartment via the heaters external air inlet pipes.
With the help of the blower fans, the cool air is transmitted into the heat exchanger and the combustion chamber.
Internal component of RV heater
The cool air will mix with fuel in the combustion chamber.
When this is done, the ignition plug will draw electric current from the power source to light up the fuel/air mixture.
Once heated, the air/fuel mixture is transmitted to a section of the combustion chamber where it is partitioned into hot and exhaust air.
Clean hot/warm air is blown back into the RV compartment through the hot air outlet.
The blower fans will again aid in the proper circulation of the now hot air into the RV surroundings.
Exhaust air, on the other hand, is directed outside the heater through the device’s exhaust pipes.
Remember that exhaust air is not supposed to flow back with the hot air as it is harmful for inhalation.
This is why it is separated from the mixture and expelled from the system through the exhaust pipe that directs the air away from the vehicle.
Basically, the process is repetitive until you feel that you’ve achieved the desired temperature in your RV.
When you confirm that the RV is warm enough, you can switch off the device.
The good thing with RV heaters is that you can switch it on/off from anywhere.
You don’t necessarily have to be in the RV or close to the RV heater to switch it off or on.
You can simply do this from your smartphone or using a remote control.
Better yet, you can set your preferred heating parameters and then set a timer for when the heater switches on and off.
Chapter 6: How to Install an RV Heater
Now, you know the basic parts of an RV heater.
You also know how it works to ensure proper heating of your RVs interior.
But you don’t know how to install one in your RV.
Well, don’t worry, as this is what we’re going to talk about next.
So how do you install an RV heater?
Portable RV heater
Here is an installation video for portable RV heater:
Also, you may opt for this type of recreational vehicle heater:
Again, here is a simple installation video for this type of recreational vehicle heater:
For installation, you will need the following things:
- Soldiering chips
- Nylon Ties
- Dielectric grease
- Drill and drill bits
- RV heater kit
If you can get your hands on a garage tool kit, you will be all set to go.
Step 1: Assemble all your equipment
The first step of any installation process is to assemble your tools and equipment.
Gather everything that you’ll need including the RV heater kit and place them in your working area.
Doing this will help centralize the entire process as well as ensure organization.
Step 2: Verify the contents of the RV heater kit
From your RV heater kit and manual, cross-check to ensure that all the parts and components are there.
You don’t want to start installing the heater only to realize that the something is missing or anything of sorts.
Its better you verify the contents of the kit before you start the process of installation.
And, if you find something missing, just contact the supplier immediately.
Step 3: Identify a mounting location for the heater
Before starting the installation, you should first identify an appropriate place within the RV to install the heater.
The location has to be dry (free from moisture), safe (out of unauthorized reach) and also convenient.
You also need to be sure that in case of any operational problems, you can easily access the heater.
So, choose a location that you can easily access for adjusting settings and for troubleshooting purposes.
And, that will get plenty of ventilation.
Step 4: Mark and drill mounting holes
Using your RV heater mounting kit, mark out the holes as indicated on the template.
Be careful with the markings. They have to be in line with what is indicated on the template and fitting for the parts that you’re to install in them.
You can test out the holes’ fitting by placing each part in their respective hole after marking.
Once you’re sure that the holes are of the appropriate size and shape, drill them out using the right sized drill bits.
Step 5: Assemble the heater
Take out the heater and place it on the mounting hardware.
Screw it into place.
Once done, attach the heater to the exhaust system, fuel source as well as any other part that may be inaccessible after this step.
Ensure that you assemble the heater following the illustrations on the manufacturer’s manual.
Step 6: Assemble the fuel pump and install the fuel pipe
When you’re done assembling the heater, the next step is to assemble the fuel pump.
Note, you’re not installing but just assembling it.
So take it out and connect it to the hoses following the guidelines on the manufacturer’s manual.
When done, move on to the fuel pipe.
Depending on the design of your RV heater, use a mounting place or a threaded opening on top of the fuel tank to install the pipe.
If you lack all these, you can opt to drill a hole on the tank using the mounting template and install the pipe in it.
To do this, you will need to mark out the position of the hole, grease the location and then drill it out for installation.
Greasing is to prevent any shavings when drilling from getting into the fuel tank.
Once you’ve removed all the material from the marked location, cut the fuel pipe to size.
The right pipe size should be at least 2 inches off the bottom of the tank when installed.
So cut the pipe and install it into the hardware provided before moving on to the next step.
Step 7: Install the heater structure
In step 5 we only assembled the heater, but now it’s time to install it.
For this, you will need to place the entire structure onto its position on the mounting hardware.
After you’re done, mount the exhaust pipes and the heater intake pipes.
Ensure that you secure the pipes tightly.
You can use bolts or nuts for clamping.
As you mount the exhaust pipe, direct it outwards and downwards from the heater.
The same applies to the heater.
Doing this will prevent any exhaust gases reentering the heater during operation.
It will also keep away materials and particles from getting into the system during intake.
Remember also to keep the exhaust pipe and the combustion intake pipes apart.
This is to avoid exhaust gases from recirculating into the system.
Step 8: Route the hot and cold air ducts
RV heaters come with numerous hot air ducts.
This is because unlike a house where heat is uniform, RV has cold spots, drafts, etc.
As such, the location of your hot air duct is very important.
So before you route the piping, insulate it first.
For the cold air duct location, you should route it to a cold spot.
This could be RV floor, ceiling, etc.
Whenever you feel is a cold spot in the RV is where the cold air ducting will go.
If you decide to install the cold air intake in enclosed space, ensure that you vent the space, so the heater has air to ingest.
Also, make sure the hot air is not re-circulated in the cold air intake.
Step 9. Install the fuel tank
Installing the fuel tank, it should be put lower than the position of the RV heater.
And since you’d already assembled the fuel pump, all you do at this age is connect the pump to the tank.
The best way to do this is to mount the fuel pump on a supporting surface on the RV close enough to the heater but inches above the exhaust pipe.
When you’re done doing this, connect the fuel hose to the back end of the heater and the other to the fuel extractor on the tank.
Tighten all the connections before moving on to the next step.
Step 10: Connect the heater to a power source
Once you’ve installed everything else as in step 1-9, you should now connect the heater to a power source paying attention to the rated voltage.
Step 11: Fire!
You’re all set now.
The only thing is remaining to switch on the unit and start enjoying a moment of warm in your RV.
Family in a recreational vehicle
So to start, just press the ‘on’switch, and the heating process will begin.
That’s it about installing an RV heater.
Remember that while you can use this guide to install your unit, you still need to refer to your unit’s manufacturers manual.
It has a detailed illustration of how each part should be installed for proper operation.
And, if you fail to install the heater properly, you can simply hire an expert technician to help you out.
Now, as promised, let us now learn how to troubleshoot RV heater problems.
Chapter 7: RV Heater Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Honestly, the RV heater may be the most temperamental accessory in your RV.
The heater can perform flawlessly and then out of the blue it can totally fail.
It can run quiet and purr like a well-oiled machine and then start screeching and vibrating as though it has been possessed.
This can be a challenge for any RV, motor home, or fifth wheel owner and even great for the RV technician.
Simple periodic inspection of your RV heater will go a long way in averting future problems.
Just because your RV heater runs and blows warm air doesn’t mean everything is in order.
The older the unit gets, the more important routine maintenance gets.
Even when new, you need to periodically check your RV heater to ensure everything is in crisp condition.
Besides, a properly maintained and working RV heater guarantees you better safety.
Trust me, warm soda from a poor cooling fridge won’t kill you (it’s really true!).
But, an inadequately maintained heater could.
And while there are numerous safety features built into RV heaters, their longevity and operating efficiency rest squarely on you, the owner.
RV heaters work by burning fuel and air in the combustion chamber.
The burning air is drawn from the RV compartment, heated together with fuel before it is blown back to the RV as hot/warm air.
For this consistent heating to happen, the heater needs to keep drawing cool air from the RV and blow out hot/warm air in return.
This is how stability in temperature is maintained in the combustion chamber.
It, therefore, means that adequate cool air is crucial for the heater to operate at a proper temperature.
Otherwise, you’ll experience problems with overheating.
Remember that overheating in an RV heater is controlled by the limit switch.
The switch will open and shut the heater down when overheated.
So the best remedy to avoid overheating issues is to perform a simple routine checkup of the heater.
Note that a hot running heater will also place additional stress on the combustion and igniter.
Thus cracking it and when this happens, the chamber can leak harmful gases into the RV rather the outside where it should go.
To inspect and troubleshoot problems with your RV heater, here are some the things that you can do:
· Check the vents for soot
Soot is often a byproduct of poor combustion, which means you have a problem.
Carbon monoxide is the other by-product of improper combustion.
Therefore, if your RV heater is exhibiting soot on the exterior vents, you can clean it out.
Or, replace the vents if the situation is worse.
This can help troubleshoot a heater that keeps switching on and off.
For this problem, you can also try out the next option.
· Check the heater inlet
Air inlet pipes should be free of dust and lint.
It should also never be obstructed.
Remove and check the air inlet to be sure that it is clean and not obstructed.
If there is any dust on the heater, which you can easily wipe/clean away, it means that it has been there for a long time.
Thus cleaning the entire RV heater is appropriate.
Dust that has accumulated on the inlet for a long time may have also spread onto other parts of the heater.
Such dust can affect the parts and components of the unit including the fuel filter, blower, and motor.
Eventually, a dirty motor and filter and clogged blower will slow down, and the heater will lose efficiency.
And if they slow down enough, the heater will not operate.
· Check the ducting system
You should check your ducting system first to ensure everything is properly secured to the heater.
And, that there is no leakage within the system.
Also, check the condition of the ducting.
If it is stiff and brittle, it will be prone to cracking and subsequently leaking resulting in additional operating inefficiencies of your RV heater.
Thus, you should replace such ducting as soon as possible.
· Check your control system
Everything on the controller has to be in proper working condition.
From the control panel to the on/off switch to everything else.
Remember that it is from here that you can control and monitor the operation of your RV heater.
If it is not in good working condition, then your RV heater won’t also function as you intend it to.
· Confirm the installation
Usually, RV heater problems, especially on a newer unit usually results from poor installation.
So if you just installed your heater but it has refused to start or work as you expect, you’ll need to revisit the installation process.
If possible, disassemble the unit and install it afresh.
This time, ensure that you mount/assemble/install every part and component properly.
Better yet, you can call in an expert technician to install the heater for you.
You can also call a technician if your heater doesn’t produce heat and you suspect any of the following;
- a closed control valve
- a blown fuse or tripped circuit
- a faulty thermostat
An expert technician is better placed to handle these problems.
Well then, of the many options you can try, these are some of the things you can try out to troubleshoot RV heater problems.
Remember, your RV heater is the one area in which you should not skimp.
Your comfort and safety, as well as that of the people in it, outweigh any reasons to shortcut here.
Thus safety in and of it should mandate giving your RV heater the attention it requires.
Chapter 8: Things to Consider when Buying an RV Heater
There are important factors to consider when first looking at a heater for your RV.
Wattage, fuel consumption, rated voltage, design, dimensions, and safety are some of the many things that you must take into consideration.
However, before all that, it’s important to determine what you want your RV heater to be like.
It is your individual requirements in consideration to the following things that will largely determine the kind of RV heater you buy;
RV heater specification
· Heat capacity
With an RV heater, it is vital to buy one with the right heat output for the size of your RV.
Gong with the biggest unit is not always the best as size doesn’t always determine output capacity.
Therefore, the best thing to do regarding heat output for your RV is staying close to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Usually, RV heater manufacturers state the square footage their unit is designed to heat.
Thus, I would advise that you buy a slightly higher rated unit (that can heat a larger space than the interior of your RV).
Don’t worry about overheating or the likes; you can regulate this by keeping the heater on a lower setting.
I think it is best this way as you avoid instances where you find yourself unable to heat your RV adequately.
It would be sad, especially during extremely cold winter days when even a pile of blankets wouldn’t help.
Most RV heaters use fuel to operate-diesel and sometimes gas fuel.
Some of the fuel heaters come with an independent fuel tank while some don’t as they use the RV’s fuel reserve.
Other RV heater models use electricity to power their heat source.
Different units derive their running power from different sources.
Therefore, you should choose an RV heater that uses the right type of fuel-suitable for your RV and the environment.
Generally, the rated voltage of an RV heater will determine its output.
And, different models have different voltage ratings suitable for different applications
As such, you should always choose an RV heater with the right voltage rating for your RV.
One advantage of RV heaters is that you have a good number of choices regarding design.
Based on your preferred method of heat transfer, you can opt to buy the air or water RV heater.
If you consider the type of energy used, there are gas, electric and diesel RV heaters.
The sizes, shapes, and colors also vary depending on the RV unit model and the manufacturer.
In other words, you have a variety of options when it comes to RV heater designs.
So choose the one that you find suitable and convenient for you.
When buying an RV heater, the size of the space you’re planning to heat is important.
Generally, the rule of thumb is that you get a more powerful heater for a larger space.
Note however that the size of the RV heater doesn’t necessarily correlate to the size of the space you’re heating-some compact options can be surprisingly powerful!
Therefore, the best way of choosing the right size heater for your space is to check the manufacturers’ recommendations.
Usually, there is that recommended heating capacity for every RV heater model.
So check yours to ensure that it is the right size for your RV.
· Quality and safety compliance
When buying any heating equipment, safety should always come at the top of your mind.
A suitable RV heater should be built to meet the industry’s regulatory standards on safety and quality.
You don’t want to buy a heater that will pose endless risks i.e., fire hazards to your RV and its occupants.
For this reason, when buying an RV heater, always look for those that are FCC, RoHS, CE, and TUV compliant.
This way, you’re sure that you’re buying a device that is good quality, safe and reliable to use.
Basically, these are some of the things that you should keep in mind when you go out shopping for an RV heater.
And as I’d said, the right RV heater unit for you will depend very much on your individual needs.
So make sure that you consider every little element that you find needful for you in a heater for your RV.
Chapter 9: VVKB RV Heater: Your Ultimate RV Heater Supplier
Well, I understand that even with all the information in this guide, it can still get hard finding the right RV heater for you.
This is why for you that’s reading this guide now; I recommended you buy your unit from VVKB.
Well, first of all, VVKB is an all-motor heater range manufacturer and supplier with over 20 years of industry experience.
Our heaters are designed for a wide range of applications including RV, motorhomes, and campervans.
The heaters are all fuel efficient and run on either electricity, gas or diesel depending on the model.
Other than fuel efficiency, VVKB RV heaters are designed for fast heating all year round.
So whether you’re camping in winter or those cold autumn nights, you can rely on VVKB RV heaters to keep your fifth wheel warm and cozy.
But that is not all!
VVKB RV heaters guarantee safety and efficiency.
The units are designed and built in compliance with the set industry regulations on safety and reliability.
We subject all our products to the necessary tests and follow the set quality guidelines in all our manufacturing process.
All this just to ensure that you enjoy a safe, reliable and well-performing RV heater from us.
It might also interest you to know this:
As a leading RV heater manufacturer, VVKB uses a special type of igniter-the Japan Kyocera ignition plug.
This is to ensure a soot free and efficient fuel consumption of your RV heater.
Additionally, all VVKB RV heater units feature a unique and efficient design to ensure rapid and consistent heating.
More importantly, we supply both air and water operated RV heaters all featuring modern technology and innovation.
Generally, VVKB is your go-to supplier for affordable, safe, and efficient RV heaters.
Our MOQ is quite flexible to cater to the needs of both the small scale and large scale RV heater customer.
So don’t hesitate to contact us for your order and inquiries on VVKB RV heaters
As you make that call, remember that by using a VVKB RV heater, you’re not just keeping your motorhome warm,
But, you’re also maintaining your vehicle in proper working condition.
Well, although we’ve concluded our guide today, I want you to remember one thing:
If you love camping, don’t limit your adventures to when and where the weather is more favorable.
Not when you can get an RV heater to control the climate in your recreational vehicle.
You have to be able to enjoy your outdoor vacation irrespective of the temperatures outside.
RV heaters are precisely built for this: to help you enjoy warm and cozy RV moments.
So make great use of the information in this guide to help you find the right RV heater for you
And if ever you experience operational difficulty, just refer to chapter 7 for tips on quick fixes for RV heater problems.