Winter is on the way, and the last thing you want for you and your family is a freezing-cold RV — especially with older-model Suburban furnaces.
An older Suburban furnace may require more than regular maintenance. Attempting to keep an unreliable furnace functioning means potentially having no heat on cold days, and it could also end up costing you more in the end. Not to mention extended service times at the dealer or service center.
Suburban is pleased to offer a simple, cost-effective and time-saving alternative to replacing your entire furnace with the Suburban Furnace Core Replacement.
The Suburban furnace core lets you replace old and worn-out Suburban furnace components with a single, self-contained module.
What is the furnace core: The furnace core allows for the service technician to remove the core component module from the old existing furnace without having to remove the cabinet or ductwork. Without having to remove the cabinet or ducting, the NEW Suburban Furnace Core module can be slid into the existing cabinet, saving time and money while providing all the benefits of a new furnace backed by a two-year warranty.
Contact your supplier, dealer and/or service center today for Suburban furnace core replacements and furnaces.
More Tips for RV Travel During Winter
Planning on camping in cold weather? Are you ready to pack up the skis and snowboards for a visit to your favorite snow spot? Follow these tips for camping in the cold.
• Check and top up tire pressure. Colder temperatures result in lower pressure. Chains also may be required in snowy conditions, so make sure you pack them in your RV.
• Pack ample food to allow for possible delays during your trip due to weather.
• Got slideouts? Don’t extend them if snow is in the forecast. Accumulated snow can freeze overnight, resulting in difficulties retracting slideouts.
• Test vital appliances before departing. You don’t want to be stuck or delayed without vital systems.
• If you’re camping in a cold area, check Good Sam’s campground listings to find RV parks that are open. Look for the snowflake icon, indicating that a park is open during winter.
Find more winter RV tips here.