Nothing puts a damper on a camper like the need for repairs. No one wants to be sitting by the campfire and wonder, “what’s that smell?” Even worse, is to find that the smell is coming from a leaky black water tank. To add insult to injury when you find that you have a necessary repair, Murphy’s Law says that it’ll be up underneath your RV and not easy to get to.
Historically, when repairs were necessary for something located on the underbelly of your RV, such as your black or gray water tank, it was necessary to cut into the corrugated plastic sheet that covered and protected your RV’s underbelly. Whether you need to repair something or you simply want to insulate the floor, tanks and water lines because you plan to camp year-round, you no longer have to cut holes in the underfloor material to create access panels. Not when the new Wildwood campers come standard with “Accessibelly.” Accessibelly is to your RV underbelly what drop ceilings are to basements.