Ok, this might seem like a no brainer, but there are some economics involved. I am looking for input beyond the dollars and more to the sense (pun intended). We live in the NE and avg about 100 inches of snow over our 6 months of winter. Heated indoor storage runs about $500 for the season. This is a warehouse facility, that will have cars, boats etc. They park it and we book appt to retrieve it in the spring. I can store our TBud outside for about $200. I plan to winterized either way (in case the heat goes out if we go that way). The advantages of indoor that I see are eliminating any weather/water damage. Humidity on the interior might be a factor. What am I missing?
Not sure what a 'Tbud' is or what it is worth, but for our camper, an extra $300 would be a no-brainer, worth every penny.
I have always kept my camper, boat, motorcycles, and snowmobiles in my heated shop, and it has paid off in too many ways to count.