Having an RV is a lot of fun. It is also an investment. So when the season ends and it is time to store your vehicle in a storage facility, what kind of RV storage is best for your situation? Should you choose uncovered storage, covered storage or enclosed storage? Each one has its advantages. Here are a few.
Choosing uncovered storage for your RV means that it is out in the open, similar to parking it in your driveway, but you have the peace of mind of knowing that it is in a secure facility. Tall fences and locked gates keep would-be thieves and vandals away from your rig. Uncovered storage is also the least expensive way to store your RV.
Selecting covered storage is a great way to give your RV some protection from the elements without breaking your bank account. Typically, covered storage means parking your rig under a carport-like structure that guards against rain and sun. You have paid good money for your RV, and covered storage is a way to keep it safe and in good shape during the off-season. Costs for covered storage are a little more than for uncovered storage.
This is the granddaddy of RV storage. Enclosed storage offers the most protection for your rig. It keeps it safe, dry and prevents weather-related damage. A facility with enclosed storage electrical hook-ups is even better. You will be able to power up your RV right in the storage facility if needed. Enclosed storage costs more than uncovered or covered storage but also provides the most peace of mind.
You want to take of your prized RV so it will stay on the road for years to come. When your ready to choose what kind of storage is best for you, whether uncovered, covered or enclosed, please contact us. We will keep your rig safe and secure.