As one of the most popular, and often expensive, ways to travel and enjoy time with family and friends, it’s important to keep your RVs and campers sheltered year-round. And with the capability to build metal RV garages as tall as 12’, 16’, 20’, or taller, Get Carports can provide you with the perfect shelter for your home-on-the-road. We can also design and tailor these structures to your exact specifications, guaranteeing you get the coverage you need.
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In addition to keeping your RV or camper sheltered year-round from Mother Nature’s brutal forces, there are several more advantages you stand to benefit from. And if you don’t believe us now, take a look at a few of the benefits these garages have to offer below.
Metal RV garage kits, similar to stock design RVs, still follow the same design and purchasing process; however, once your kit is delivered, it is your responsibility to assemble it. There are certain risks to investing in a kit, so we highly recommend having a professional on-site to assist with the installation. These kits are a great option for customers who love DIY projects and those who like to save money. You can contact our sales department today for more information regarding our steel RV cover kits.
Here at Get Carports, we understand that it isn’t always possible for customers to pay for their metal RV garage upfront, especially if you’re confined by a budget. So, in order for us to guarantee that each customer can get the steel RV garage they need and want, we offer two excellent rent-to-own and financing programs. And it’s with these flexible payment plans that you can get the coverage you need, when you need it, for a price you can afford.
There are three roof styles offered here at Get Carports, each with their own unique design and set of advantages. But before you make a decision, it’s important to understand the weather conditions each roof is built to withstand.
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