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Mon - Sat 9:00am - 7:00pm
Sun 11:00am - 4:00pm
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Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat Closed
Sun closed
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Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat - Sun Closed
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Tue - Sat 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sun Closed
5516 Highway 12, Orillia, ON, L3V8J2
Dealership hours of operation
Mon - Sat 9:00am - 7:00pm
Sun 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dealership hours of operation
Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat Closed
Sun closed
Dealership hours of operation
Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat - Sun Closed
Dealership hours of operation
Mon Closed
Tue - Sat 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sun Closed

First Time Buyer Tips

Add-Ons to Purchase

Sewer Hose;

Helps to dispose of your sewer waste.

  • Possibly 1 to 2 attachable hoses
  • Between 20' to 40'
  • A clear end attachment to see when the waste has emptied completely

Fresh Water Hose;

Fills up your fresh water tank.

  • The hose is made of PVC and BPA free material
  • Between 25' to 50' long
  • Great for filling up at docking stations

Surge Protector *essential purchase*;

Protects the trailer from power surges.

  • Normally come in 30 to 50 amps

Extension Cord;

Allows unit to source power further from outlet

  • Between 24FT to 30FT long
  • Should be the same amperage as your current power cord

Power Adapter;

Converts the power from a high amp to a lower amp.

  • Comes in 15, 30, 50 amps
  • Helpful to charge the trailer's battery at home or in your storage area
  • Not every campsite will have the same amperage as your trailer

Pressure Regulator for City Water Fill;

Regulates water levels.

  • Helps to keep water at the proper level so that piping does not burst.
  • Can decrease or increase depending on the water level at a campsite

Chalking Blocks;

For parking or storing your unit.

  • Make sure the wheels will not move
  • Good for storage and campsite set up

Stabilizer Plastic or Wooden Blocks;

Supports the levelling system.

  • Helps to make sure units support jacks don’t sink into the ground
  • Helps with the uneven ground to level out the trailer

Contact our after-market parts department for any of these above accessories:

Russ Hewton
(705) 833-2539
rhewton@layzeeacres.com

First Trip Preparation

Before you hook up:

  • Make sure all items inside of the unit have been moved or strapped down before traveling.
  • Close all interior doors and drawers.
  • Lock and close all exterior main doors and compartment doors.
  • Inspect on top of the roof for any debris that could damage the trailer or fall off.
  • Inspect on top of the slides for any debris that could damage the slide top or wiper seal.
  • Check that slides and awnings are all retracted.
  • Inspect the underbelly for any debris that could pierce the fabric.

Before you set up the trailer:

  • Make sure no items have moved around in your unit around the slides. This prevents any damage to your slide-out if items have moved in front of it.
  • Before backing the trailer into the site, inspect the surrounding area for any debris that could damage awnings, slide-outs, walls, tires, and the frame.

Important Items

Fridge

  • Trailer fridges are not built like household units. They can operate on propane and electric if you need them too. You should always turn on the fridge a day or two before you travel with it because it can take 12 to 24 hours to cool down.
  • Fridges can overheat from high temperatures. On those types of days, we would recommend using the propane function of the fridge. Propane has a higher success rate when it comes to cooling in higher temperature weather. Once the weather cools down you can switch the fridge back to electric.

Furnace

  • Throughout the season, the furnace should be tested two to three times to make sure that it is still running properly. This is simple maintenance to avoid issues with the sail switch which helps to operate your furnace.

Hot Water Heater

  • The water heater can be used on gas or electric, depending on the model of your trailer. You should always make sure it has water inside of it before turning it on; this can cause damage to the heating element inside the tank.
  • When going into winter storage season, the tank must always be drained to avoid any cracking. We call this service ‘winterizing’.

Gate Valves

  • Gate valve handles need monthly maintenance. We would suggest using penetrating oil for the water valves.

Batteries

  • Batteries should be disconnected when not being used for long periods of time. Your radio clock and propane detector can drain the battery within 2 to 3 weeks.
  • All batteries should not be stored inside the trailer during the winter time but in a heated area connected to a trickle charger.

Awning

  • Awnings should not be extended on windy or heavy raining days as this can cause damage to either the support arms or fabric. This type of damage will not be covered under any warranty coverage.