Renovating in long-term space?

Ideally, we’ll have a 5th wheel to full-time in no later than Nov. 1st with a full-time move in when our lease ends Dec 31st. In the between time, we’ll likely need to do some renovations. We don’t have the time or money for a full renovation, but I imagine at a minimum we’ll have a used rig with all that dark wood cabinetry that we’ll at least want to strip, sand, and paint. We don’t have space to park the rig before we move in full-time, so we were hoping to get our space at a long-term park by Nov. 1 too. How acceptable is it to be doing minor renovation work on your rig at an RV park? Can I run a sander during the day for a couple of days? Outside? Or is that totally rude behavior? If I was doing home renovations, my neighbors would just have to live with the sound. But this feels different. If it’s not acceptable. How have others without land done renovations on their rigs? submitted by /u/ReevesComm [link] [comments]

Ideally, we’ll have a 5th wheel to full-time in no later than Nov. 1st with a full-time move in when our lease ends Dec 31st. In the between time, we’ll likely need to do some renovations. We don’t have the time or money for a full renovation, but I imagine at a minimum we’ll have a used rig with all that dark wood cabinetry that we’ll at least want to strip, sand, and paint.

We don’t have space to park the rig before we move in full-time, so we were hoping to get our space at a long-term park by Nov. 1 too.

How acceptable is it to be doing minor renovation work on your rig at an RV park? Can I run a sander during the day for a couple of days? Outside? Or is that totally rude behavior?

If I was doing home renovations, my neighbors would just have to live with the sound. But this feels different.

If it’s not acceptable. How have others without land done renovations on their rigs?

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