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Old 12-25-2014, 05:50 PM   #15
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There are many things to consider regarding buying a cover, here are a few:

- Expensive.

- Heavy...how will you get it on the roof and how will you put it on?

- In a windy environment, it may rub a place on the RV, or the RV may rub a hole in the cover.

- If covered with deep snow and you want to leave, how will you get the snow off?

- Where will you store it when using the RV?

- When you get back from a trip and the RV is wet and dirty, what will you do about covering it?

- In the summer, it will trap all the heat in the RV. Not good for wood, furniture, electronics, etc.

I found covered storage with power...that works better for me.

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Old 12-26-2014, 07:22 AM   #16
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Agree, the part about the wind for sure, rubbed the edges of my rubber roof, covered storage is best! I have overhead covered storage, three sides, no power, but keeps snow off roof, $65.00 mouth, look for these places, they are out there.

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