We full time in our NorthPoint. We live on Long Island, NY. We also snowbird in Florida for Jan, Feb and March. During November and December the night time temps at home can get down into the teens. When it gets that cold we set the thermostat to 70 degrees and with sensors in the basement, underbelly and wet bay the temperature has never gone below 45 degrees. We fill the fresh water tank and use it below freezing. We do not leave the gray tank open if it’s below freezing and dump it when it’s above freezing. We also disconnect the hose and drain it when it’s below freezing, and keep it in the basement. The information is for our unit. Yours may be different or the temps may be colder. Either way we do nothing special and are quite comfortable. I hope this helps.
Note: You will use a lot of propane. We use 90 lbs. per week when it’s really cold.
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