Is Indoor RV Storage Really Worth It?
You’re looking at getting a new fifth wheel to start making memories with your family. Maybe you want a camper van to hit the road on the weekends.
Whatever your reason for owning an RV, you’ll need an indoor RV storage space to store it when it’s not in use.
Let’s take a look at why indoor RV storage is the best option if you can afford it and if you have a location near you.
No, they don’t have to be. There may not be an indoor storage option within hours of your residence.
Do RVs Need to Be Stored Inside?
But if you can find a location and have the money to pay the high monthly rent, indoor RV storage is certainly better than outdoor RV storage.
Indoor RV storage is similar to a garage. These storage units vary from 10 feet by 20 feet to 10 feet by 40 feet to even larger options for motorhomes and long trailers.
What Is Considered Indoor RV Storage?
-Protection from Weather and Debris
-Climate Controlled Space
-More Secure Facility
-UV Ray Protection
-Reduces Tire Damage
Pros of Indoor RV Storage
-More Expensive Than Outdoor Storage
-Less Facilities Nationwide
Cons of Indoor RV Storage
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