Exposure to the elements is extremely detrimental to RVs. Something as simple as rainfall can cause water to sneak in through the seams in your roof, and even a little rain is enough to create large problems. On top of that, excessive snow can lead to structural damage, and debris kicked up by the wind can cause dings and dents in your RV.
The best solution to this problem? Installing a metal RV cover on your property. Metal RV carports have many advantages over thinner coverings, like tarps and fabric. Perhaps the biggest is that the material itself is not prone to mold or mildew growth and is pest resistant. Because metal camper covers do not create a full enclosure around the RV, there is good airflow around your vehicle.
Additionally, while tarps and fabric coverings can wear down over time, steel RV covers are far more resistant to aging. A metal RV shelter subjected to harsh weather can last for decades without requiring much maintenance at all. Usually, the most you’ll need to do is brush off snow or debris from the roof.
Even though custom RV carports are so much stronger and sturdier than fabric and tarps, they don’t require much work for installation. Most RV covers are prefabricated, meaning they can be placed down fully or nearly fully constructed.
On the other hand, conventional garages tend to cost far more. Most conventional garages are made of wood, which is more likely to succumb to rotting and mildew than our metal RV covers
When you consider all the factors that put metal RV carports above tarps and conventional garages, it’s easy to know the best way to protect your RV. Contact Pro Metal Buildings to fabricate your custom RV carport today.