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Old 12-10-2014, 10:47 AM   #1
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We are considering relocating to Austin, Texas. We would like to know if anyone knows of Indoor enclosed Motor home storage. We have a 40' foot Allegro Bus.
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Did you Google "RV storage Austin Tx"? I did and found several... Primary consideration is WHERE in Austin. Little known fact: Austin is 11th largest city in the US - Larger than Boston or Atlanta so obviously it's a LOOONG way from one end to the other. Stay away from required travel on I-35...
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I did Google for storage. Cannot find any indoor enclosed with a door, need it protected from rodent's and weather when not in use. Thanks
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Might try contacting the local Allegro dealer in the Austin area to ask about whether they know of the type storage you require - appears to be Crestview RV (they list Tiffin Allegro), which has two Austin-area locations: south, in Buda and north, in Georgetown, both on I-35.
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Most places around here are not enclosed because of the heat and the cost to air condition it for our 6 months of summer.
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Thanks, here in Yuma most RV storage is enclosed with doors and not air conditioned the summers here can be 122. one of the reason we are relocating to Texas . I did find one that sounds good in Round Rock. Thanks again.
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Thanks, here in Yuma most RV storage is enclosed with doors and not air conditioned the summers here can be 122. one of the reason we are relocating to Texas . I did find one that sounds good in Round Rock. Thanks again.
Glad you found what you were looking for and welcome to the Austin area.

Just remember that Central Texas heat adds another component from Yuma. Humidity. I've been here for 35 years and things don't do well closed-in. Learned my lesson with a boat many years ago. Things start growing. I didn't enclose my garage because I wanted lots of air circulating, plus the ability to work on it and still be in the shade.
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