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  • 13.12.12 0 Posted By Todd Arend

    There are a lot of things you can do with an RV trailer: camping, traveling, tailgating. It's easier to get into the outdoors and to go places you wouldn't normally go when you bring comfort and accessibility with you wherever you go.

    Heating and cooling tucked into a cozy RV trailer helps keep things comfortable and enjoyable when you're outdoors, and this sense of safety and comfort can give you the confidence to experience a lot more.

    Fun & Affordable

    Families who use RV's or RV trailers actually pay a lot less to enjoy a vacation than other families. When you consider the amount of money you spend just to get to your vacation, it's quite a bit. With an RV, you can save some of that money for more fun things on your vacation!

  • 30.11.12 0 Posted By Todd Arend

    Outdoor Pet Houses - Climate RightPets, like their owners, are affected by the changing seasons, and if your pet stays outdoors, this is especially true. If you have a puppy, older dog, or dogs with diseases that make them more sensitive to temperature, you should bring them inside if you can.

    Even dogs without these risk factors are still in danger from cold. Preventing hypothermia and frostbite requires a warm, dry outdoor pet house. The Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) has a few other tips for keeping your pet safe during winter:

    Watch for signs of distress.

    • Hypothermia is caused by extended exposure to the cold, and it can be life-threatening. The signs to watch for include: shivering, shallow breathing, weak pulse, and lethargy.

    • Frostbite causes tissue to die, and for a dog, it most often affects the paws, ears, scrotum, and tail. It can occur under fur, make sure you check underneath and look for discolored skin, swelling, and blisters.

    Provide clean, dry bedding and food.

  • 04.10.12 0 Posted By Todd Arend

    Interior RV Trailer from Happiness Is -- RV Trailer Climate Right AirWhen you think about your RV trailer, you probably think more about the practicality and usefulness it provides. Whether you۪'re camping or traveling, it۪s a great asset for any long trip or time spent away from home.

    However, an RV trailer doesn۪'t have to look boring or outdated. Despite the small space, you can make it look elegant, modern, and perfectly suited for your tastesa mini home away from home!

    Color. Anytime you۪'re working with a small space, color is going to have the biggest impact on the space, and carefully choosing colors can change the way the entire trailer feels.

    Lighter colors make spaces look larger than they are by reflecting light. When possible, use light colors. If you can easily paint or re-panel the walls, try a white, light yellow, or light green. These colors will reflect the light extremely well and make you feel like the space is larger than it is.

    Tip: Use higher watt bulbs in your interior lights whenever possible to provide the most light!

    Complement those light colors with some darker, more vibrant ones to keep the space from looking to cold or sterile. Dark greens, blues, purples, and even reds are great complements to light-colored spaces.

  • 01.10.12 0 Posted By Todd Arend

    Outdoor Pet Houses - Climate Right AirIf you۪re allergic to cats, dogs, or other furry creatures, you are in good company. In fact, 15 to 20% of Americans have an allergy to one or more animals. The symptoms can range from sneezing, runny nose, and watery eyes to headaches and breaking out in hives.

    Unfortunately, this means it۪s hard to be a pet owner for a significant portion of the population, especially since you can have an allergic reaction from coming in contact with dander, saliva, or urine, which are often unavoidable if you care for a pet. However, some pet owners are making it work, and there are tips to making it work.

    How to Live with a Pet

    Many doctors will recommend giving your Fido or Fifi a new home, but unless your reactions are severe, that might not be necessary. Instead, try these:

    • Move the pet outside. Many pets do quite well outside, especially given a safe environment with a fence and a cozy outdoor pet house. Keeping them nearby but out of the fabrics of your house will do wonders for your allergies!

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