|Yes, I Need A Cover!|
|The Old RV Cover In Better Days|
|Sample Fabric Types|
1. Polyester fabric
2. Polyester fabric with a Tyvek top
3. Sunbrella (layered proprietary mix)
Each has its' upsides and downsides. To select you've got to figure out what you are trying to repel. If it's the UV from the sun and you're in a hot climate without much rain you'll want one that is as close to 100% UV resistant as possible and will "breathe" a bit to keep up some airflow underneath. If you're expecting heavy rains and lots of moisture mixed with some Sunshine, a heavier cover that is water repellent is much more useful. If you are going to get snowed on, you have to make sure the melting snow will not saturate the cover and trap the moisture next to the skin of your RV.
Thankfully, most RV covers fall into these three major categories.
|Yes, That's Through A Window Screen!|
Remember, covers are HEAVY. If you order one online, make sure you figure in shipping (if it isn't free) or you may be in for a pricey surprise when you click on the "shipping" box.
You've likely spent a good penny on your RV and want to keep it in tip top shape. A cover can go a long way toward that goal.
Be Seeing You...Down The Road,
Rich "The Wanderman"