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Old 05-19-2012, 08:45 AM   #1
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Shade over rv

Ok. Due to city regulations preventing me from parking my rv in front of my house,I have to park my rv in my back yard under a 100 year oak tree. I spent most every week end sweeping leaves off the roof. Last week I decided to do something about this unwanted job. I ordered a piece of semi shade used in greenhouses from one of my vendors The Pak Unlimited company in Georgia. I utilized the offending limbs of the oak tree to suspend the shade over the rv in a tent fashion with about a three foot clearance from the highest portion of the roof now I can just back my rv in and it is covered with no support poles to worry about. This works great and no more leaves to sweep off the roof, and cost me less than $100 dollars! If anyone has a similar problem I recommend contacting Pat Galloway of Pak. She is the president and will be glad to help you tell her Bart from Aris Horticulture told you to call her. This also works great over boats too, and you can buy the shade in different colors and per cents of shade. I used black 80 per cent woven shade. This also keeps the rv cooler in the summer, without having to fully cover the rv with an rv tyvek cover, and allows you to run the ac even while the rv is covered

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Old 05-19-2012, 04:54 PM   #2
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Can you post some pics?
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Old 05-19-2012, 07:39 PM   #3
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Sure as soon as I can get back from SC this week will post them
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