Storing your RV, whether new or used, is very important. Not everyone has a garage or other suitable place to house their RV when it is not in use. Here’s what you need to know about the basics of commercial RV storage:
- First, make sure the location is a legitimate business. A quick call to the Better Business Bureau will help you to determine if the company has complaints against them. You don't want to entrust your RV to a disreputable company.
- Check out the security on site. A gate with a key card is your best bet for security, but a key pad will also restrict access to the site. Remember that padlocks and combination locks can easily be picked or broken, so look for advanced security measures for your RV storage site.
- Climate control will help keep your investment in pristine condition when you aren't enjoying it. Of course, being indoors means your rental space will be more expensive, but you won't have to worry about hail damage, wind damage or exposure to harsh weather elements.
- Make sure you have enough room to actually park in the space. If you can't back up, turn and maneuver through the space, you’ll have a hard time getting in and out. You could even damage your RV by just attempting to park, so be certain you can easily navigate to your space.
- A good RV storage facility should also have electricity, water access and dumpster stations. This way, you can care for your RV without having to go to another location. All you need to do is pull in after your excursions.
If you’re looking for a new or used RV in the Las Vegas area, or if you need RV parts or service, come to Johnnie Walker RV. Call us at (702) 529-2194 or visit our website today for more information.