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Three Reasons a Carport is a Must for Seasonal Vehicles

rv storageWhile not everyone utilizes a carport shelter, others won't park their vehicles elsewhere. How do you know whether or not you need a carport shelter on your property? Well, if you live in a temperate climate, where all four seasons are vastly different from each other, and you don't have a garage to park your seasonal vehicle in, we strongly advise you get a carport as soon as possible. Here's why.

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Winter - Let's talk winters, the primary season in which vehicle owners want to protect their seasonal vehicles from. Let's face it: Most seasonal vehicles like motorcycles, RVs, and boats are used during the warmer, more enjoyable months. If they're going to sit all winter long, wouldn't you feel more comfortable storing them somewhere where they're going to be safe, dry, and protected? A carport will keep all of your warm weather vehicles safe from animal infestation, as well as water and ice damage. Store you seasonal vehicles in a carport to ensure that they'll be ready to roll or float come summer.

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rv storageSummer - It's summertime and you're ready to take the boat out of storage, get the RV cleaned up, take the motorcycle for a spin, or get the ATV dirty. Great! But don't tear down your portable carport just yet. Sure, the long winter is over and you don't have to worry about blizzards or ice damage; however, you should still store your seasonal vehicles in your carport when you're not using them. The summer sunshine can damage the paint on your RV or motorcycle, so keep it out of the sun when you're not using it. Also, you don't want neighborhood kids climbing on your four wheelers or dragging sticks along the side of your jet skis, so it's best to keep them stored up when they're not on the trails or on the water.

Spring and Fall - What about the in-between seasons like spring and fall? Do you need to protect your seasonal vehicles from them? Yes. Transitional seasons tend to yield fierce thunderstorms that can include hail, high winds, and sometimes even flooding. Use transitional seasons like fall and spring to uncover or store your seasonal vehicles. If you utilize the cool fall months to winterize and store you boat, it'll be safely tucked away come the first snow storm! If you uncover your motorcycle during the warm days of spring, it'll be ready to ride come summer.

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