If you own a camper or RV, then you know that a traditional garage won't necessarily house it. Instead, you're stuck with it either in your driveway or parked on the street. Needless to say, this situation isn't ideal-especially in areas where there's snow or other inclement conditions that can impact the vehicle over time. However, there is a way to help protect your RV or camper.
Effects of the Outdoors on Your RV
There are a lot of things that can impact your camper outside. While snow and ice can affect your vehicle, the real danger is the sun. Harmful UV rays can have a major impact on your paint. It can cause discoloration and also remove the protective coating.
In addition to sun and snow, you also need to be wary of rain with your vehicle. Not washing your vehicle regularly means that residue may be left over when the water evaporates. This can harm your paint after some time.
How to Protect Your RV
Getting a massive garage for your RV may not be an option. However, there are other ways to help with that issue. There are portable garages that can be set up in any location. Not only are these portable structures affordable, they are also sturdy and will last for years to come.
RV and camper covers are all-weather waterproof and have a five to seven year life expectancy. There are portable garages with heavy duty structural steel frames that help provide commercial grade strength to help withstand high winds, heavy rains, and accumulated snowfall. This, in particular, can help protect your RV or camper during inclement conditions.