Does RV Housing Connect the Rental Unit to the Client’s Electrical Service Upon Delivery?

If you’re considering using RVs for your company’s temporary housing needs, you probably have a lot of questions. You want to be 100% sure that RVs will be the most comfortable and safest options for your clients, so you’ll likely want to anticipate many of the questions they may present.

One of the most common questions we get asked is about whether or not we connect the RV to the client’s electrical service when it is delivered. Having reliable electricity in the RV during the temporary housing period is crucial for the client’s comfort, safety, and hygiene.

Hiring an Electrician is Your Safest Bet

In most areas, a licensed electrician is required by law to hook the RV unit up to the existing power source on the property. Our delivery team is not trained to perform this task. Since electricity can be so dangerous and we want to ensure that the RV is hooked up in the safest way possible, we always recommend finding a reputable electrician locally to connect power to the RV.

What About Generators or Extension Cords?

Using a generator to power the RV unit is acceptable, and some extension cords may also work. Again, we recommend consulting with a licensed electrician about what size is needed and to connect the unit.

Quality Temporary Housing RVs from RV Housing Group

When your clients need temporary housing, regardless of the reason, we’re here to help. Our wide selection of RVs can accommodate any size of family, be set up on the client’s own property for added comfort, and provide the privacy that a hotel can’t match. Just give us a call at (800) 656-8706 or contact us online today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your company’s temporary RV rental needs. From insurance companies to construction sites to disaster responses, RV Housing Group has the temporary housing solutions that your company needs to get business done!