The heating system in your RV is one of the most important in terms of comfort when you are out camping. Especially on those chilly evenings in the early spring or late fall, or even just a rainy weekend in the mountains and foothills of Alberta. You don’t want to be without the heat. Whether you have a newer forced air furnace system, or an older direct vent unit, you would want it to be working properly. Not just for the comfort but also for the peace of mind that you are not having a carbon monoxide problem. That could be very dangerous (or even fatal) to you and your family. And don’t forget that when you are dealing with propane and electricity together, the threat of fire is a real possibility.
Quite often when you have ignition issues with your furnace it is due to impure or greasy propane that causes an oily deposit in the lines leading to the furnace, or even the furnace itself. At Swift RV Repairs, we have licensed/certified RV technicians with many years of experience that can diagnose and clean out the lines to get your unit back in tip top running shape quickly. You are better off to have this repaired sooner than later.
Can I use my A/C also as a heating source?
Did you know that you can also add a heating kit to your A/C unit to get an additional heat source inside your RV? Check with us to see if this would be an option for you depending on the type of A/C unit you have. At Swift RV Repairs we are dedicated to keep your camping trip as safe and comfortable as possible.