Though still in the planning stages of purchasing my fiberglass RV, one modification I know I will want is to put a SATV outlet on the outside of the trailer. I would like to have a living room area set up outside under the awning
for those nice evenings and watch TV after dark. I am a TV addict, and will be travelling alone, and TV makes for good company for me. My plan is to be able to remove the TV from it's brackets, move it outside on a small table, and plug the cable into the outlet leading outside. I want to make this a simple one minute process. Sounds simple to me.
Does drilling a hole on the exterior wall compromise the strength of the fiberglass? I realize I will have to caulk it well to prevent water leaking inside. But I don't want to risk any cracking in the fiberglass.
Has anyone else installed a SATV outlet on the outside of their trailer?