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BOTHELL, Wash. — RV Comfort Systems announced today that it has added a new factory-trained regional service center, this one in Gallup, N.M. The Gallup location also offers mobile RV service.
Other regional service centers staffed with factory-trained technicians located in Everett, Wash.; Chetopa, Kan.; Grand Island, Neb.; La Grande, Ind.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Elk City, Okla., and Oklahoma City.
A total of 336 RV dealers now carry RV Comfort Systems’ CheapHeat product, said owner Larry McGaugh.
“The CheapHeat hybrid system allows RVers to simply flip a switch to change back and forth between propane and electricity to heat the interior of their coach,” he explained.
This system employs a UL-certified and RV Industry Association-compliant heating coil powered by 120-volt or 240-volt AC to provide the heat.
It can be configured into three different wattage ratings — 1,800, 3,750 and 5,000 watts — depending on the shore power limitations.
With the optional two-stage kit, it can be setup to automatically shift back and forth between wattage outputs based on shore power inputs.
SOURCE: RV Comfort Systems press release