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Old 11-29-2013, 04:59 PM   #1
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Storage ?????

I have a new 2014 class A , what is the thought on storing under a roof or no roof ? all 4 side would be open if under roof ,
price for roof is $ 250 a month
price for no roof is $ 75 a month. that is $ 2100. a year saving's but will it cause that much more wear and tear down here in south Florida ?
both on concrete pad's

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Hi Mike ,
You have a bunch of money in your new Coach and if you plan on keeping it for a while I think the storage with a roof will protect your Coach and it will look like it did when you put it away, sitting outside will cause you a lot of work if you keep it shiney. Everything remains like it was put away indoors............
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I have a new 2014 class A , what is the thought on storing under a roof or no roof ? all 4 side would be open if under roof ,
price for roof is $ 250 a month
price for no roof is $ 75 a month. that is $ 2100. a year saving's but will it cause that much more wear and tear down here in south Florida ?
both on concrete pad's

Thank you
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I would opt for roof and fully enclosed if available. But if that's not available then at least a roof. The cost for the roof seems high. My storage here in Houston TX is fully enclosed with doors on both ends. I drive in one end and drive out the other end. Monthly is $250.
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Hi Mike , Just a question about under a roof, why store it with the slides open?
You have a bunch of money in your new Coach and if you plan on keeping it for a while I think the storage with a roof will protect your Coach and it will look like it did when you put it away, sitting outside will cause you a lot of work if you keep it shiney. Everything remains like it was put away indoors............
I first thought is said "Slides Open". But it all 4 "Sides Open" it is not enclosed
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I first thought is said "Slides Open". But it all 4 "Sides Open" it is not enclosed
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I would opt for roof and fully enclosed if available. But if that's not available then at least a roof. The cost for the roof seems high. My storage here in Houston TX is fully enclosed with doors on both ends. I drive in one end and drive out the other end. Monthly is $250.
In south east Florida they get a premium for everything it seem's like .
I do like the roof storage better I am just trying to justify the extra money it cost .

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