Month: May 2020

Is Boat and RV Storage Right for You?

Having a boat or RV can be fun, but just like any other vehicle, it needs to be in its proper place to ensure maximum safety. That’s why Party Barn Boat & RV Storage has your back. Located near Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard, they offer 3 different kinds of storage methods (covered, uncovered, and enclosed) depending on which you prefer. Their storage is right for you if you’re worried about any kind of damage against your vehicle.

Is Boat and RV Storage Right for You?

Protection Against Humans

Damage is a serious issue, regardless of the vehicle you own. Be it an RV, boat, or your day-to-day car, every vehicle is prone to damage from our fellow neighbor, even if on accident. To prevent any of these problems from happening, Party Barn Boat & RV Storage has got you covered. Their covered option allows for your vehicle to be fully protected whilst being out in the open. Their uncovered option allows for your vehicle to be among other vehicles, which also ensures maximum protection. Their enclosed option is like a garage for your much bigger vehicles, allowing for your RV, boat and other vehicles to maintain 100% safety.

Protection Against Nature

Unlike humans, nature is unforgiving. Ample amounts of rain, a bit of hail, or even a bit of wind could cause major problems for any vehicle. Party Barn Boat & RV Storage has options that will help make sure your boat or RV doesn’t get damaged. Their covered option allows for your vehicle to be safe from problematic precipitation like rain, snow, or lightning. Their uncovered option allows for much heavier precipitation to not do as much damage to your vehicle, regardless of it being out in the open. Their enclosed option seems to be their safest since your vehicle will be covered on all sides.

Please consider Party Barn Boat & RV Storage to protect your vehicle the next time you’re headed out for your next trip down to the water’s edge.

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In Between Trips and Vacations? Use An RV Storage Facility

RVs and boats are great for viewing all the beautiful scenes that America has to offer. However, finding a place to park these vehicles in between trips and stops can be a major challenge. This is why it is important to find an RV storage operator that can accommodate the oversized vehicles you have. There are multiple options for how you can successfully store boats and RVs, including the following:

  • indoor storage
  • outdoor storage
  • covered parking

In Between Trips and Vacations? Use An RV Storage Facility

There are many boat storage and RV operators that will specialize in storing only large recreational vehicles. Self-storage facilities are a practical option when you need to find a safe storage space for your RV, boat, or other large vehicles. Self-storage facilities can also be very convenient for those who take regular outdoor road trips.

The best boat and RV storage operators have a clear understanding that location plays a key role in determining where these vehicles need to be stored. Knowing that you will have access to your vehicle near the area you plan to travel will make it easier for you to plan your trip. Many self-storage RV and boat facilities are located in areas within a few miles of popular outdoor destinations, including parks, lakes, and campgrounds.

When storing your RV and boat away from your home at a self-storage facility, you will want to use an RV or boat storage facility that offers the amenities you need so it will be easier to access your vehicle and maintain it. Covered RV storage might be a feature you want to consider because it will protect your investment from any inclement weather that may arise. Covered storage will also prevent your RV or boat from mold and mildew.

It does not matter if you have an RV, boat, camper trailer, or any other vehicle you use to enjoy the outdoors, you want to have it for a long time, right? When you are in between trips and vacations, there are several reasons to park your vehicle in a boat and RV storage facility. Contact us today for more information on our storage facility and what we can offer you.

Camper Storage & COVID-19: Protecting Yourself

Spring is here and that means summer is coming. Usually, this would mean some fun days are ahead. The water, roads, and mountains would be waiting for you as you plan your next adventure. It would be the perfect time to get your campers, RVs, boats, and other gear ready.

Camper Storage & COVID-19: Protecting Yourself

Around this time in 2019, you were probably thinking about where you can store all of your fun toys and gear until you were ready to take that trip. Storage facilities would present the perfect space for you to store your toys, whether you prefer a covered or uncovered space.

At Party Barn Boat & RV Storage, our goal during this time is to help you have memorable travel experiences. We cannot achieve this goal if we do not think of our renters and owners. As everyone across the nation continues to monitor the deadly COVID-19(Coronavirus) pandemic, we want to help our renters and owners by offering advice on how to protect yourself during this frightening and frustrating time.

We highly recommend thoroughly cleaning your camper, RV, boat, etc. as regularly as possible, but you may want to go a step further. This year, there will be no such thing as over-cleaning. If you have been following the guidelines recommended by the CDC, you are probably aware of the various cleaning tips.

We recommend that you clean any dirty surface in your camper with water and soap before you actually disinfect the surfaces. When you are ready to disinfect the surfaces, you can use products that are based with at least 70 percent of alcohol. You can also use solutions that include diluted bleach. Any dirt and debris should be a vacuum and cleaned using approved products.

We recommend cleaning and disinfecting any area in your camper, RVs, boats, that have been touched frequently, including steering wheels, dash buttons, door handles, and more. We also recommend washing your hands as frequently as possible with a mixture of soap and water. Do not touch your face if your hands have not been washed.

We understand this can be a scary time for everyone, and we know that it can be tough finding a place to store your camper. Contact us today for information about the measures we are taking during this time to protect renters and owners.