I know we are supposed to be doing most of the work ourselves, but some of us know when we are lacking the right skill sets and are willing to pay for the work.
I have an 84 U-Haul
CT. I would like to have the old iron pipes removed and replaced with up to date pipes so that I can feel safe about using the stove. The original set up included a heater, fridge
, and stove. Now only the stove is still there. The pipes look okay on the outside, and I have used the stove since I bought it but have only camped in it a handful of times so far.
I am seeking recommendations for an RV repair place in New England/Northeast that you have had good luck with and are willing to work on our beloved fiberglass
I adore the U-Haul
group on facebook, but this time I need to reach out to a bigger community. Thanks for your time.