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Old 09-26-2012, 09:36 PM   #1
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RV framed shelters

We are thinking to buy a framed shelter to house our 24ft RV. Models we have found use a galvanized steel frame with a polyethylene covers. It will need to withstand a northern Ohio winter in the snow belt so should be sturdy.
Any insights (pros, cons, recommendations...) from members who have such a shelter are most welcome.
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:53 PM   #2
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Welcome!

There are several threads with much info, existing. Suggest to use the search function on carport and such terms.
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This has been on my mind all summer. I hate seeing our new RV sitting out in the summer sun/heat all day. We have a concrete pad attached to the drive. Can the framed "barns" be installed on an existing pad? This would be the easiest solution for us.
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Can the framed "barns" be installed on an existing pad?
That's how they build them.. drilling holes for the anchor bolts.
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