Below we have listed a few factors that determine whether or not a motorhome is truly four-season. If you consider the following factors when shopping for a motorhome, you can determine whether it is suitable for all-season travel:
- The motorhome uses better insulation materials and has a higher insulation rating. Winter weather will be more bearable for motorhomes with a higher insulation rating. In a four-season motorhome, the walls should be insulated with at least R-11.
- A minimum R-15 rating is also recommended for slide-outs and a minimum R-21 rating is recommended for flooring.
- In the motorhome, the heating system is excellent. You need a motorhome with an enclosed and heated underbelly if you want a true four-season RV.
- The RV has been sealed throughout. Typically, motorhome windows, doors, and vents have gaps. Insulation will be applied to any holes in your four-season motorhome in order to prevent excessive energy consumption. Insulation will be applied to any holes in your four-season motorhome in order to prevent excessive energy consumption.
All-Season Chaparral 334FL Specifications
- Weather-shielding is provided by R-11 sidewalls and R-30 flooring on the roof, which has a rating of R38.
- These sidewalls are vacuum-bonded with aluminium frames and composite panels made from Azdel.
- Heated and enclosed gate valves.
- There is an insulated pass-through in the storage area.
- Pass-through storage area with insulation.
- A motorhome with Weather Shield can tolerate temperatures of up to 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Motorsports with Weather Shield can handle temperatures up to 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Air conditioner with a 15000 BTU capacity.
- Fireplace that runs on electricity.
Coachmen RVs: Can I buy them directly?
The factory does not sell RVs directly to Coachmen. Customers should buy a Coachmen RV from their local dealership since the company sells its products through dealerships. Their belief is that a dealership will provide potential Coachmen RV owners with the best experience.