Metal RV Carports
According to Jeff Radich, a recreational vehicle owner, an RV enthusiast and blogger, "Storage of an RV can cost anywhere from $30 up to $100 or more a month, depending on where you live and what features you will pay for along with your storage. (For example, in some states you might want continuous, thermostat-controlled storage)." For RV owners, this is not a cost effective way to spend money.
The cost of a 12'Wide x 11'High Maximum Strength Barn Style carport from SheltersofAmerica.com is about $725.00. In twelve months' time, assuming that the owner of the recreational vehicle was spending $100.00 per month for a temperature controlled storage space, the cost of carport begins to pay off. In the long run, installing a carport to store a large boat, a camper, a coach bus or recreational vehicle is going to be more cost effective than renting a storage space.
Another benefit to purchasing a carport for the purposes of storing large expensive vehicles is that carports can be installed on the property of the vehicle owner. The inherent risk of renting a storage space in a distant location is that one never knows just how secure his or her vehicle might be; there have been many documented instances in which car thieves have targeted high end storage facilities.
The 12'Wide x 11'High Maximum Strength Barn Style carport with the Polyethylene (PE) Industrial 14.5 cover comes with a 10-year manufacturer's warranty. These metal RV carports have a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years. It is made with a fire-rated, fire-retardant CPAI Section 6 and NFPA-701 large scale compliant fabric; this covering material comes in forest green, gray, brown, tan, or white. This type of carport is perfect for storing campers, boats that are on trailers and large farm tractors.
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