Your RV is an investment. Just like any other major purchase, it’s important to take good care of your property so it will continue to provide you carefree travels many more years down the road. This is particularly important when it comes to RVs. Whether you own a towable, such as a fifth wheel or travel trailer, or a motorhome, there are many opportunities for weather related wear and tear that can cause a multitude of problems.
Seals crack, frames rust, and exteriors gets scratched when exposed to the outdoors for a long period of time. It is always important to do a maintenance check before every trip to catch these issues early. However, minimizing damage to your RV from the harsh elements is always a plus.
That is why Indoor Storage is so important in areas like ours here in Ohio. Unless you’re lucky enough to snowbird during the winter to areas such as Arizona or Florida, chances are, you’ll be storing your RV for the winter.
Midwest winters are harsh, but indoor storage vastly minimizes the impact the elements have on your coach. Even if you have your RV wrapped in a cover, indoor storage is still a better option. Wind can cause covers to can scrap against the finish on your sidewalls leaving scuffs and scratches. Even during the summer, indoor storage is still the better option. Constant sun exposure can dry out the seals on your roof causing them to crack letting moisture seep in and ruin your RV.
At Moore’s RV, we are lucky to be able to offer Indoor Storage both during the summer and the winter.
We offer Daily, Monthly, 6 Month and 12 Month Rates for RVs below 36 feet and separate rates for RVs above 36 feet.
Looking to have some work done on your RV while it’s in storage? No problem! Service will contract to provide maintenance if you wish.
We also offer a whole menu of services including washing, waxing, complete details, winterizing, fabric protection, and safety inspections. For further details, Contact Us at Moore’s RV and we will be happy to answer all of your RV storage questions. With the right care, your RV will provide you many happy memories for years to come. For right now, make sure you protect your investment!