Depends on where you are sspending the winter..
If in the deep south just heat on should do it... However if you are in the winter wonderland,, drain and blow out the water lines including water heater & ice maker.. then "doctor" the gas tank for the gennie with Stabil or similar.
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To be better safe than sorry, best to at least blow out all your water lines and put some RV antifreeze in the drains. Even if you're in the south, never know when and if a freak cold snap comes along. In PA, we have here what we call "schizophrenic" weather especially in the spring and fall. Eighty degrees one day and 20 degrees the next.
Tom and Lisa
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I'm in Missouri for most of the winter it looks like but me and the white dog are part timing it in it, so I would prefer to just keep the propane heat on low. will that not also heat my wet bays? or would I benefit from a couple small space heaters down there? I have remote temperature sensors down there with low temp alarms to warn me ahead of time. should I still worry ?
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