Crack roof vents about a inch. use the bathroom fan when taking a shower. Go with electric heat instead of gas. For safety I use a electric fireplace during the day and electric oil radiator type heater at night.
Watch your wattage if running more than one electric heater.
Hot inside cold outside your probably going to have some condensation.
Well I picked up a dehumidifier and I have been using my electric heater I guess I'll see how this works being in Flagstaff Az I didn't think about the humidity but most likely will be going to Colorado next job so I'm sure I'll will be using it there too
When camping in colder temps our family of 4 would wake up in the morning with puddles of water in the window frames. I'm pretty sure it's unavoidable but a dehumidifier and cracking roof vents should help mitigate it a bit.
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I'm off grid, so I bought a thermo electric dehumidifier. They use almost no power. But I found out they really don't work well below 65F. Since I usually don't heat the RV over that, my windows act as better dehumidifiers. I simply wipe them off with a towel every morning.
We did a little youtube Dutchmen Voltage camping And then you can see the damp rid bags that we use they pull a lot of water out We tried the damp rid buckets they didn’t work so well, We just leave them hanging all year And change them out every 3 to 4 weeks the bags work fantastic highly recommend