Does anybody know of a manufacturer of destination trailers that build them to a 4 seasons availability? My 3 kids, wife and I live in ours while we travel for work. Our current travel trailer is a 3 season travel trailer and I have to build a surround and heat t he underbelly during to cold months.
A lot of brands of Destination Trailers have better insulation than their Travel Trailer counterparts.
Crossroads RV Hampton Destination Travel trailers have 2 year warranties, PolarTec upgraded insulation, twice the insulation as other brands and when Dometic tested the Hampton's in arctic conditions in a test chamber, compared to other brands the Hampton furnace stayed off between heat cycles when the competition didn't even shut off!
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Wow thank you for the responses. My tt is a three for sure. The underbelly insulation stops at the tanks and there is no heating pads on the tanks. I find it odd because most of the items in it are upper grade. Well at the cabinets are. Most of the people I've talked too locally have been telling me that destination trailers are not setup for winter so you are giving me hope.
I think the only thing that makes a TT a four season over a three is heat ducks in the underbelly. Most likely a larger BTU furnace would also be needed. The three seasons have heating pads on the holding tanks. At lest the ones I have looked at.
Maybe you could get your current TT upgraded for less then you would lose on trading it in?
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