Have you ever been in North Carolina during the summer? If not, count yourself lucky! I wouldn’t claim that it’s hot here, but it’s humid. We’re right smack in the middle of September when the sweltering humidity is at an all time high. It’s hard enough keeping a house cool during days like these, so what do you have to do to keep an RV cool during the summer?
1. Stay in the Shade
2. Shield Your Windows
3. Keep Your Air Circulating
4. Check Your Seals for Leaks
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