'It’s much better to take a little extra effort and avoid a huge hassle down the road,' the article wisely advises.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
“Drive safe and enjoy your trip, free of breakage and frustrations,” says Kirkland RV Sales in their new article exposing the top 7 most-breakable RV parts. Preventative measures can save hundreds of thousands of dollars in RV repairs, and knowing the potential hazards that threaten an RV’s integrity is the first step.
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The first of the seven most-breakable parts listed in the article is the RV awning. “The awning is one of the top repair jobs at any RV repair shop,” the article reads. “Among the many ways to damage an awning, the top two most frequently seen are rain warping and wind breakage.”
Cautionary point number four explains that freezing temperatures during the wintertime can damage an RV’s water system. Water heaters can burst, and water lines freeze and crack, causing leaky faucets and water damage.
After discussing each type of RV breakage, the article lists helpful tips for avoiding that particular problem. For instance, in order to avoid rust and corrosion damage to the slide-out rails, the article recommends that RV owners lubricate the rails at least twice a year.
“It’s much better to take a little extra effort and avoid a huge hassle down the road,” the article wisely advises.
About Kirkland RV:
Individuals that are eager to get started on preparing for the rapidly approaching camping season can review Kirkland RV’s available models by viewing their listings. Kirkland RV Sales offers a variety of RVs, including Class A’s, Class C’s, and Fifth Wheels. Their branch in Everett is acclaimed for its high-quality customer service and satisfaction.
13111 Highway 99
Everett WA 98204