I have a 2006 Bigfoot camper (no slides) and have noticed recently that mosquitoes seem to be getting into my unit at night. At suppertime we get rid of all bugs that manage to get in during the day so the place is clean when we go to sleep. In the morning we ate covered in bites and the headliner has dozens of skeeters roosting on it. How are they getting into our camper? I can lay awake at nights looking for possible points of entry but have not discovered anything yet.
In addition we are not protected at all from no-see-ums which are so tiny that they just crawl through our existing screens, (on windows, fan & roof vents etc.) I plan on replacing the screens very soon to a finer mesh but this will not solve how mosquitoes are getting in.
Do other owners have experience with areas on campers where the bugs have potential entry points that they have since bug-proofed? Can they get in through the air conditioner unit on the roof, furnace, fridge, water heater???
Scratching my head right now.
And - no, I do not want to start using any chemicals inside my camper because I do not want to be breathing this stuff in. I want to seal it up, even if it takes a lot of work. I just need to be pointed in the right direction.
Thanks in advance