With recent announcements of the Section 232 steel tariffs, domestic steel demand has drastically increased bringing steel material pricing to an all-time high. Therefore we have been forced to change our pricing as we cannot absorb such an increase. Please make sure and get your order in as soon as possible. Coast to Coast Carports will have new pricing in affect by March-26-2018. Feel free to contact any of our sales team if you have any questions.
Your camper provides you and your family with some of the most memorable summer trips imaginable. While those summer vacations and time together as a family is memorable, the real challenge comes when deciding on how to store your camper for the winter. Camper carports do not have to be expensive to construct and manage. Coast-to-Coast carport is ready to help with proper care and protection for your precious investment!
Knowing how to protect and care for your camper is vital in order to maintain the shelf life of your carport. It is important for owners to realize that if your RV isn’t properly cared for and protected, it can break down faster and lose its value quickly. While some RVs are specifically built for cold weather, with a snowbelt that boasts a long shelf life, others are not built to handle the ravages of winter weather. For many reasons, it is important to invest in quality protection for your camper or RV.
Pause for a moment to consider the expense of your RV or motor home. Doesn’t it make sense to invest in quality protection in order to ensure that you can enjoy your investment for years after the initial purchase? With proper care, you will be surprised by how many years you and your family can enjoy your camper.
A carport is wise especially if you are afraid of possible theft. Metal camper covers and carports deter potential thieves who see an easy opportunity to swipe expensive items from your camper.
Preserving your camper and RV’s parts is extremely important to consider. Snow takes an immense toll on your engine, transmission, and exterior of your camper. Refusing to take necessary precautions before winter arrives will come back to haunt you later. Getting ready for the Summer camper season, or winterizing is an important process that must be done. Camper carports do not maintain themselves.