Attached is the manual for the Scamp
13' water layout, but it doesn't show the hot water heater or the shower. Wish they would update their manual; feels a bit like they are stuck in 1975 some days...
We pick the new trailer up in 10 days so I can't just venture out and take a look.
Where are the fresh water lines and drains run?
Roughly what size and material are they?
Are they above the floor in presumably the heated areas w/ our furnace
? Or are most of them run underneath the OSB floor and more weather exposed?
Clearly the black & gray water tank valves and outlets are underneath.
Are these 1/2" plastic tubing?
I ask because I'm thinking of:
- stuffing a bit of simple pipe insulation as possible on any fresh water lines under the floor
- wrapping a bit of "heat tape" on any fresh water lines under the floor
At the worst I anticipate a few nights of mid-to-upper 20's for overnight lows where being able to use the water system would still be incredibly useful. In these use cases I'd never have a city water connection hooked up over night; purely the inside-nice-and-toasty fresh water tank source. And I'd simply pour a bit of RV antifreeze in the gray & black water tanks that are more exposed.