Hey everyone. I've been away for a while. We enjoyed a nice amount of camping last season. Probably 20 days in all. I used the advice from many here and it all seemed to work out very well.
We have decided to do the annual site at the campground and I am getting moved to a new lot by next month. So I can use some tips on the process.
So what should be on my list for this? I have 60 days to get someone in to do the leveling and blocking, hurricane straps, skirting and perm sewer line. What do I need to supervise the most or be the most concerned about?
The site pitches downward toward the front of the camper and the guy a few sites down seemed to have a ton of blocks under the front of his and hardly any in the rear. The guy who did his charged him $600. No skirting but everything else. Does that seem fair?
Just bought some x-chocks over winter. Should I still use them in a semi-permanent setup? I hate any movement at all and really feel this thing needs to be as stable as possible due to the location.
Aside from the setup, I'm thinking about a surge protector. Am I missing anything else?