Originally Posted by David H
I moved from AB to Parksville recently, and wondered how many of the owners on the Island use a full cover for their units during winter storage? I also purchased two Dri-Z-Air canisters for the unit during winter storage and am considering closing closing all vents/windows. I purchased my unit this year but owned various RV's in AB but did not cover them, and because of the low humidity didn't use products like Dri-Z-Air. Any feedback would be appreciated.
I've checked with a few RV & boat owners here (and since you are my next door neighbour
), all are firm believers in dehumidifying and keeping windows & vents closed. In addition, covering or storing indoors is even better, but that depends on one's individual circumstances. Even the rain here is far from clean. During rain storms, the south easterly winds carry pollution from the Duke Point pulp mill nicely covering an area that includes North Nanaimo to the other side of Qualicum. Considering our investment, it seems to me that investing in a cover is the least one can do. It also appears that the cover we have may reduce the amount of moisture build up in the trailer as well.
In so far as cushions go, I highly recommend that you store yours inside. And gbaglo, solving your cushion problem is easy... just buy a bigger house