Is water pump area heated by furnace?
The dealer de-winterized last Friday. We sanitized the water system yesterday. We leave for Disney this Saturday.
Now, according to our local weatherman, here are the nightime lows between now & when we leave:
36 30 26 20 26 29
I'm thinking the 26, 29, & 30 degree nights are OK.
I'm worried about the 20 degree night though.
I'm planning to bring the unit from storage to our driveway. I will run the furnace at a low setting (50 degrees maybe). I think that will keep the pipes warm enough. All the tanks are empty but it should also keep them warm enough for any residual water inside. I am also planning to run the water heater as there is water in that tank.
Crossing my fingers on the outside shower & any water that may be in the city water attachment.
I am most concerned about the water pump. In our unit, it's in a storage bin, behind a black plastic door. I figure that could get real cold.
Does anybody know if the water pump area gets any furnace air? Or should I put a space heater in the storage bin to keep it warm? Is there anything else I need to be concerned about?