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Customer statement from experience regarding cold wether use
 

We felt visitors to www.nuwa.com would be interested in the following email exchange regarding cold weather use, which were used with permission of the NuWa_RV Yahoo! Group member.


Hi Mike. Absolutely, use my/our words. My wife & I think our unit is the best. As Canadians, we sometimes stay home in Ontario until after Christmas so we 'run' into the odd snow flurry or two and colder temperatures! With careful planning and trying to manage the condensation issue, we are very comfortable in our SnowVilla. Thanks for being a part of this forum....
 
Barb & Terry
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Mitchel
lTo: nuwa_rv@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 10:49 PM
Subject: [nuwa_rv] Re: Winterizing question

Wow Terry: I don't have the courage to suggest that NuWa's
trailers are capable of withstanding sub zero temperatures. Your
statement of experience is such an important message about the
difference of a "true" four season coach versus those who think they
are four season. Even if we were talking about 25 degrees above
zero, your message is important to potential NuWa cusotmers. May we
post your comments on our website? MIKE

--- In nuwa_rv@yahoogroups.com, "Barb & Terry" wrote:
>
> Bill, we full time in our Snowvilla, wintered in -25C and have not
had any problems. Our water into the rig froze up first. We too use
a propane catalytic heater during the day but use the furnace during
sleep. The furnace ducts heat the basement and the tanks in the
underbelly so it is required. An alternative would be to be able to
cycle the heated air in the coach through the furnace duct work but
I didn't want to tinker with the furnace fan and haven't rigged up
other fans to do that job.
>
> You will find the propane catalytic heater will dump more moisture
into the rig than normal so you will need to keep vents or windows
open a crack to vent it out.
>
> Hope this helps and not confuse.
>
> Terry
>


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Note: The NuWa_RV Yahoo! Group is not affiliated with NuWa in any way, however we do occasionally participate in some of the discussions, and share our viewpoint with members. For more information, visit the group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nuwa_rv/.

 
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    Customer statement from experience regarding cold wether use

     

    We felt visitors to www.nuwa.com would be interested in the following email exchange regarding cold weather use, which were used with permission of the NuWa_RV Yahoo! Group member.


    Hi Mike. Absolutely, use my/our words. My wife & I think our unit is the best. As Canadians, we sometimes stay home in Ontario until after Christmas so we 'run' into the odd snow flurry or two and colder temperatures! With careful planning and trying to manage the condensation issue, we are very comfortable in our SnowVilla. Thanks for being a part of this forum....
     
    Barb & Terry
     
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Mike Mitchel
    lTo: nuwa_rv@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 10:49 PM
    Subject: [nuwa_rv] Re: Winterizing question

    Wow Terry: I don't have the courage to suggest that NuWa's
    trailers are capable of withstanding sub zero temperatures. Your
    statement of experience is such an important message about the
    difference of a "true" four season coach versus those who think they
    are four season. Even if we were talking about 25 degrees above
    zero, your message is important to potential NuWa cusotmers. May we
    post your comments on our website? MIKE

    --- In nuwa_rv@yahoogroups.com, "Barb & Terry" wrote:
    >
    > Bill, we full time in our Snowvilla, wintered in -25C and have not
    had any problems. Our water into the rig froze up first. We too use
    a propane catalytic heater during the day but use the furnace during
    sleep. The furnace ducts heat the basement and the tanks in the
    underbelly so it is required. An alternative would be to be able to
    cycle the heated air in the coach through the furnace duct work but
    I didn't want to tinker with the furnace fan and haven't rigged up
    other fans to do that job.
    >
    > You will find the propane catalytic heater will dump more moisture
    into the rig than normal so you will need to keep vents or windows
    open a crack to vent it out.
    >
    > Hope this helps and not confuse.
    >
    > Terry
    >


    Here is a link
    to the original post (signup required).


    Note: The NuWa_RV Yahoo! Group is not affiliated with NuWa in any way, however we do occasionally participate in some of the discussions, and share our viewpoint with members. For more information, visit the group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nuwa_rv/.

     


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