Nobody wants to think about winter during the camping season. But the season does go by very quickly. With the continuation of the Covid-19 protocols and the restrictions for travel as well as the downturn in the economy many people are turning to an RV lifestyle not only for recreational time but for a fulltime and/or permanent place to live and ride out the pandemic.
With the onset of winter weather you want to make sure your unit is going to keep you as comfortable as possible. One of the best ways to keep the heat in is by investing in skirting around the perimeter of your unit.
Where can I order an RV Skirt for my RV?
Swift RV Repairs, in cooperation with our friends at Airdrie Canvas, can provide you with a very durable insulated canvas skirt. This skirt will keep your unit noticeably warmer, help cut the cost of heating (also less cycling of your furnace) and provide some protection from rodents and other critters underneath your unit. It will also give you added storage for those outdoor summer items you have no place to put inside your unit.
What is the best material for an RV Skirt?
The Skirts that are custom made with care and skillfully crafted by Airdrie Canvas are attached on your unit with a unique Canadian rail system that not only makes it easy to put your skirt on and take off whenever you want but also limits the amount of heat loss, better than the button on systems marketed by other manufacturers. You simply attach your previously labeled skirt by sliding the foam noodle into the track until it is in the desired position. Once all your canvas is in place you simply join the pieces using matching velcro strips and peg the canvas to the ground to keep the wind and cold out from under your unit. It’s as fast and simple as that.
They can also provide insulated covers for your slide outs to add more comfort and R-value to your unit.
For more information you can contact Swift RV Repairs at 403-919-4911 or contact Airdrie Canvas directly at 403-945-0732, or check out their website at www.airdriecanvas.ca