The benefits of an RV cover

This fall, after you’ve done your inspection, repairs, and cleaning and are ready to store your RV for the winter, the best next step is to cover it up. If your RV normally spends the season exposed to the elements, we think it’s time to explore the many benefits of investing in an RV cover.

The benefits of covering up your RV

1. Maintains the look of your RV

A cover will prevent the fading of your RV’s sidewalls, paint, or decals during storage, due to winter weather and harsh UV rays. It will also reduce fading of interior curtains, fabrics, leather, and vinyl.

2. Makes spring cleaning an ease 

Eliminate dreaded black streaks with an RV cover. Your RV will be protected from dirt and grime, so you won’t have to spend time scrubbing those pesky streaks away in the spring.

3. Reduces maintenance costs 

By protecting your RV from UV rays over the winter, it will slow the breakdown of sealants, reducing the risks of leaks.

4. Save on storage 

An RV cover is more cost efficient than renting a garage or covered storage space each winter.

5. Protects your investment 

Looks matter when it comes to reselling, so keeping your RV’s exterior in top shape will preserve its resale value.

A good quality RV cover is a great investment that will save you time and money in the long run, while also protecting your investment. Plastic tarps should never be used, because they do not breathe and can trap moisture.

Want to learn more? Head down to your local RV Care Dealer, where knowledgeable staff will help you choose the right cover to fit your specific RV and climate.

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