How to Heat a Camper Without Electricity & Stay Warm All Winter

Cover Your Windows

•Uncovered windows lead to heat loss. • The views and floods of daylight are loved, but they make for a chilly home if not covered. • Reflectix is an excellent material to make window covers from because it rolls up or lays flat for easy storage.

Check All Seals For Draughts

-Check all seals before the cold nights set in.  -Loose seals on slide-outs, doors, hatches, roof vents, and windows leads to heat loss. -The rubber seals can become rigid if not well maintained with lubricant .

Insulate Hatches, Roof Vents & Cupboards

•Cold air from cupboards, vents, and hatches can make a camper in winter very uncomfortable. • Insulating the back of cupboards, adding bubble Reflectix or styrofoam to roof vents and external hatches.

Don’t Compromise On Ventilation

Ventilation is vital for a healthy, fresh, and dry camper. • Without adequate ventilation, you can’t avoid condensation in the colder months. • Maintain good airflow at all times, especially at night

Protect The Underbelly With RV Skirting

•Any weatherproof material that shelters the underbelly of the camper from wind and snow will do the job.

Floor Coverings & Soft Furnishings

Throws, blankets, and carpets all help to insulate a room and make it feel cosier. • Rugs and floor coverings also help to reduce noise levels.

Campervan Bedding For A Good Night’s Sleep

• Bedding choice is important for a comfortable night's sleep, especially in cold weather. • Layers of bedding help to trap heat and keep you warm throughout the night.