Flushing Your RV Water Heater

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One of the best ways to protect your RV’s water heater, besides a good water filtration system, is to flush it. If you are living in your RV full-time, you should flush your water heater “frequently” according to our water heater manufacturer, Atwood. Since “frequently” is not a defined time period, I chose every three months to flush ours. We follow Atwood’s recommended procedure for flushing the tank and it is fairly simple. Continue reading “Flushing Your RV Water Heater”

Building a Custom RV Water Filtration System

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We’ve used several single canister water filters on our RV in the past, but our water lines still managed to gather particles that would slow or stop the water flow to our faucets. The problem was especially noticeable in the kitchen sink and the shower. Restoring full water flow required me to find where the particles were lodged in the lines, and then clean them out. This usually meant removing cabinet doors in attempt to squeeze into the small spaces under the sinks. Continue reading “Building a Custom RV Water Filtration System”