I am hoping someone with a comparable size Rockwood can help me out. We have a 2011 Rockwood 2901SS that over the most recent two camping weekends has consumed an entire 20 lb bottle of propane each weekend. It has been cold (mid 40's) in the evenings on both weekend long trips. We have been running the furnace in the evenings and turning it off during the day. Our Trailmanor would only use 1 20 lb bottle of propane in an entire season of camping, even running the furnace very often. My questions are:
1) Is the furnace used in the Rockwoods that in-efficient (a lot of very hot air comes out the exhaust, same as all our previous trailers though)
2) Am I just heating that much more space that it would take an entire bottle for heating over two nights? (this is my biggest question, trailer seems to be insulated very well, furnace does not run excessively)
3) I checked everywhere (sniff test only so far) for a leak and have not found one. Propane detector does not sense one in the trailer either. May have to go over the entire system with soapy water but if I had a leak I would think it would have shown up sooner this past summer.