If you want to use your RV during the winter, you’ll likely consider every option for staying warm. Some owners turn to RV wood stoves to keep their rigs nice and toasty during the coldest months.
It surprises many RVers to learn that installing a wood stove in their RV is possible.
An RV wood stove can be safe, assuming you have installed it correctly, keep it ventilated, and regularly maintain it.
Another huge benefit of having a wood stove in your RV is that they require zero electricity. While many RVers worry about keeping propane in their tanks to stay warm.
One con is that it requires a pretty decent modification to your RV. It’s understandable that not every RV owner wants to cut a massive hole in the roof of their RV.