My mother, 84 years young, unbelievably capable and independent, has purchased a beautiful 34' AS in which she intends to setup permanent housekeeping.
She says her house is too big and hard to keep for her current needs. It has fallen to me to accomplish the installation.
I don't see the electrical, propane or water hookups as being too problematic. The drainline plumbing, however, may be more of an issue. That is, how to prevent solids from collecting in the black tank if both valves (black & grey) are left open. The first question then is; Is the bulk dump of the 1/2+ filled black tank followed by dumping the grey tank actually required to keep the black tank from accumulating solids? If this is in fact required, is there an acceptable workaround for a permanent installation?
Lastly, what problems may I have not yet considered? Your ideas and suggestions will be sincerely appreciated.