If you’ve made an investment in a motorhome or travel trailer, you’ll want to protect it. In addition to regular preventative maintenance, one of the most important things you can do to extend the life of your RV is to keep it covered when stored. An RV garage will protect your RV from the elements and keep it looking like new.
Take a look at a few RV garage style options below and choose the one that’s right for you.
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An RV carport can be built from metal or wood in any size to accommodate anything from a large RV, like a Class A motorhome, or a small trailer, like a pop-up camper. These structures are typically open on all four sides. While an RV carport offers less protection and security than a typical garage structure, most RVers find that this type of RV storage to be an efficient and low-cost option, superior to a fabric cover.
PREFABRICATED STEEL RV GARAGE
Prefab steel RV garages are a simple and affordable option for RV storage. Available in a wide-variety of sizes to meet the needs of all RV owners, a steel RV garage can be erected in just two or three days. These structures are fully enclosed and offer complete protection from the rain, wind and damaging UV rays.
WOOD CONSTRUCTION RV GARAGE
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This RV garage plan features a two-story construction and can be designed to match the exterior finishings of your home. It also features a two-bedroom, one-bath apartment on the second floor, perfect for an in-law suite or rental unit. There are a variety of plans for RV garages like this one available online or RV owners can choose to work with a designer to customize an RV garage plan for their unique needs.
No matter what RV garage style you choose, you won’t regret making the decision to protect your investment. Visit our RV lifestyle blog to learn more about how to protect and care for your RV.