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May 13, 2016
Purchasing a recreational vehicle is a big accomplishment. They can provide your family with years and years of fun times and memories. However, like a home, RVs are also a major investment that requires routine maintenance and proper care. This includes both the interior and the exterior.
Much like the vehicle you drive every day, you understand that keeping the engine and mechanical work up to date is essential in keeping it on the road. The same is true for your RV as well, expect you also need to pay extra attention to its exterior, too. Since you won’t be driving your RV every day and it will have a large amount of downtime, there is a chance that it will sit outside of your home more than you will actually drive it during off season. This leaves it exposed to the environmental elements which, if let unprotected can cause substantial problems over time. That is why is important to think about how you will protect your recreational vehicle’s exterior. The best way is with an RV carport shelter.
As your RV sits dormant during the offseason, it is inventible that it will be exposed to the sun's harsh rays. This is especially true for your motorhome’s roof. Over time, you will begin to see paint fade and chip. The plastic pieces on the exterior of your RV will also begin to crack and fade as well. This can cause water to penetrate the exterior of your vehicle, which can cause rusting and quicker deterioration, thus increasing the aging process of your RV. If the exterior aspects of your RV start breaking down, it will also make it impossible to sell your RV or motorhome in the future if needed.
To help preserve your investment, it is in the best interest that you buy a separate shelter to accommodate your investment. While a fabric RV cover will work, the best option is actually protecting it with a covered RV shelter carport since fabric covers can easily get soaked by rain and snow or fly off during windy days.
At American Steel, our RV carports are made of sturdy metal so you get the ultimate protection for your RV. They are also available in many different colorways so you get a carport that not only is functional but also looks good and works well with your home’s exterior. Also available at American Steel is the option to add additional panels on either or both sides of your RV structures as well as a variety of roll-up and overhead door options so your RV has 360-degree coverage.
To ensure your RV is fully protected from the elements and you get the carport of your dreams, contact American Steel today to get a free estimate.