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Old 02-08-2014, 08:53 PM   #1
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RV semi permanent cover

Ok so we are going to finally get to store our RV at our home. I am looking for a semi permanent type structure to park it in. I assume like a aluminum structure frame with canvas roof and sides. 35 foot RV.

Anyone have any idea where I shop for something like that? About how much it would cost? Pics of yours would be helpful.

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Old 02-08-2014, 09:00 PM   #2
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I would never go with the canvas cover.
If you have any wind at all I doubt the canvas will last a year.
Newer metal ones are better but you need to bolt them to a solid foundation.

Would a pole barn work for you?

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No. Side of the house so no space.
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I see, something like these.

https://www.google.com/search?q=meta...w=1350&bih=705
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ID:	45991here is ours. Could you do something like this but not as wide? Ours is 41x18
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Attachment 45991here is ours. Could you do something like this but not as wide? Ours is 41x18
Ok I would have to do something more narrow. Then could I have like canvas roll down side panels or something to make it all covered?
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Yes we are thinking of adding three more feet down the sides. I know someone that has added something like solar cloth to all sides of his. This is an Eagle carport.
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Maybe something like this. Any idea a company or pricing?
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https://www.google.com/#q=rv+metal+covers+california

Not sure how many are close to you, but try and find two or three and get a bid war going.
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Go online and look at Eagle. We have a couple of places near us so we ordered locally. Ours is rated for 120 mph winds. Luckily we had it last April when horrible hail storm came thru. Totaled our 250 and over 20000 to house. Roof is dented but it is ok for us. There is a guy in town that has his totally enclosed for his MH and not as wide as ours.
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