RV Covers

When on the search for outdoor all-weather protection for your travel trailer, RV, or motorhome selecting the best RV cover is crucial to protecting your investment. We are the cover experts, and we hope to supply you with the knowledge you need to select the right RV covers for you. Below we answer the most common questions people have when searching for RV covers.

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Angled view of nice rv carport with a 5th wheel parked underneath.
Pic ID: RV99990
18 ft. x 36 ft. x 12 ft.

Starts at: $5,495.00

Our Most Popular Sized RV Cover

Secure and protect your RV with these aesthetically pleasing RV covers. Design your own to fit your camper.

Attractive portable rv cover displayed with a panel on each side to cover a motorhome.
Pic ID: RV99980
14 ft. x 36 ft. x 12 ft.

Starts at: $5,345.00

Good For Narrow Driveways

Customize your portable RV covers with different roof styles, sizes, and color options. All structures are engineer-certified.

RV cover covering a class-c motorhome in California.
Pic ID: RV99970
18 ft. x 36 ft. x 10 ft.

Starts at: $4,355.00

Excellent For Class-C Rvs

Available in any size you choose! Protect your Class C RV. Offers you easy access plus protection!

RV covers work demonstrating use as an rv shelter with a panel on each side.
Pic ID: RV99960
16 ft. x 45 ft.

Starts at: $7,040.00

For 40 ft. Motorhomes

This attractive metal shelter can really add protection for your RV.

The RV cover has been completely enclosed to demonstrate how you can make an rv garage.
Pic ID: RV99950
18 ft. x 35 ft. x 14 ft.

Starts at: $11,921.00

Popular RV Garage

Completely seal your motorhome or travel trailer from theft, vandalism, and the weather!

A quality metal rv cover showing two extra panels on each side for great protection from the elements.
Pic ID: RV99940
12 ft. x 36 ft. x 12 ft.

Starts at: $5,602.00

Nice Economy Size

Get your motorhome protected from harsh ultraviolet rays!

Shipping To And Installing RV Covers In These States: Alabama

Our RV Covers Building Process

Our three-step process keeps your vision for your next cover in the driver's seat from start to finish! Let us help you succeed in this market.

Design your next rv carport online.

Functional Design

Never overlook the importance of proper design. We have the expertise to create an exceptional layout just for you.

Metal RV cover shipped directly to your business.

Shipped to You

Even the best RV cover is pointless without quality shipping from point A to B on time and in good condition.

Construct an RV cover to meet your needs.

Quality Construction

It starts with the highest quality materials in the industry, then a built-on-site cover with top-notch attention to detail.

What Are RV Covers?

An RV cover is a protective covering designed to protect travel trailers (RVs), motorhomes, and toy haulers from harsh weather conditions while not in use. Since travel trailers are often parked and stored outdoors, they face a number of damaging things, like harmful UV rays, snow, wind, acid rain, bird droppings, limbs, and tree sap all of which shorten their life span and end up costing a lot.

Is it a Good Idea to Cover Your RV?

Absolutely! Giving your RV the excellent protection it needs will not only extend the life of the trailer but will also reduce the need for cleaning and maintaining it, all while saving you money. The effects of Mother Nature can be devastating if you don't purchase the best RV cover.


What 10 Things Should You Look for When Buying RV Covers?

Size and Dimensions:

Measure the width, length, and height of your camper, including any fully extended slide-outs, as well as, any other attachments like A/C units and antennas. Next, select an RV cover that provides extra clearance. Remember, the perfect fit allows for plenty of extra space to fit your RV comfortably, while still allowing for easy access.

RV owners know that a snug fit can make it difficult to park your precious camper without damaging it or the RV cover.

We offer custom fit cover sizing for any RV you have, from a small class C RV all the way up to a massive class A RV and beyond.

Material and Durability:

Selecting an RV cover made from solid and durable materials such as steel will not only last longer but will also save you lots of money. While it may be tempting to try and save by buying a cheaper lightweight fabric RV cover, it will end up costing you a lot more in the long run. How?

These types of RV covers typically only last about 3 years at most before needing to be replaced. That means you'll be spending hundreds every couple of years on a new one. To make matters worse, fabric RV covers do a poor job of providing maximum resistance to unforeseen conditions. For example, a metal RV cover will do a far better job at protecting your motorhome from a fallen limb or pilled-up snow than a fabric ever would.

Cloth covers typically boast various catchy phrases like having zippered panels, air vents, triple-ply, water resistance, or highly water resistant, moisture blocking, tear-resistant, and having the ability to prevent tears, but while that may be an okay choice a great choice is purchasing a far better material, metal!

The main reason for using an RV cover is to save you money in the long run by reducing the need for costly repairs and exterior maintenance.

That's why we recommend protecting your RVs with one of our custom-fit and durable metal RV covers. They offer superior durability and come in a wide variety of sizes to give you not only the perfect fit but also provide truly long-lasting protection.

Roof Style:

RV cover roofs come in various styles, such as regular (rounded), and boxed eave A-frame with either horizontal or vertical panels. The style you choose affects the ability of the cover to shed snow, water, and other debris. We recommend choosing the one best suited to your climate and location.

good rv covers roof

Regular Roof - GOOD

better rv covers roof

Boxed Roof (A-frame roof) - BETTER

best rv covers roof

Vertical Roof - BEST

If you live in a warmer climate where you only need protection from the sun's harmful UV rays and rain, then choosing a either regular or boxed eave A-frame with horizontal panels may be better for the price. Whereas, if you live in a climate where you can expect a cold and harsh winter, then choosing a vertical-style roof is best as it more easily sheds snow.

Anchoring and Stability:

Your RV cover must have the proper heavy-duty anchoring system, that's because weather can be unpredictable, especially in high-wind areas, one bad storm, and your cover is on the move. During the purchase process, we'll determine the right fit ground anchor for you, whether it's in the dirt, gravel, concrete footings, or asphalt. Generally, there is no price difference for the various anchoring systems.

All Weather Protection:

Damage to paint, tires, decals, awnings, and weather stripping can all be caused by harsh weather, winter conditions, and primarily the sun's harmful UV rays. RVs quickly degrade when exposed to these UV rays. That's why looking for RV covers that offer all-weather protection and UV protection is essential. To properly protect your RV for the entire length of its use, while also avoiding costly repairs, be sure to purchase a durable RV cover with all-weather and UV protection, like what our brand has to offer.

Easy Installation:

In most cases, we ship and install your new RV covers for free. The only thing you need to do is clear your site of debris, level the dirt within 3-4", clearly mark the corners, and if desired pour concrete. After installation, you can expect the best the market has to offer, one of our excellent heavy-duty camper covers that will protect your travel trailer for many years to come.

While it might at first seem cheaper to purchase a DIY kit and build your own travel trailer cover, in most cases, we can ship and install your RV cover for cheaper than you could buy one and put it together yourself. Our RV covers strike the perfect balance between quality and affordability.

Customization Options and Accessories:

We offer many options in terms of customization and adding classic accessories to our covers. For instance, you can change the width, length, height, and color with ease using our 3D configurator. Additional adjustable accessories can be included, such as adding extra tension panels on the sides and rear tension panels for added side wind and rain protection, windows, roll-up doors, and walk-through doors.


We have an outstanding warranty policy:

  • 1-Year Workmanship Warranty From The Date Of Installation
  • 20-year Limited Rust Through Warranty On:
    • 14 & 12 Gauge Frames
    • Metal Panels
      • Regular Style Up to 31’ Long
      • Boxed Eave Style Up to 31’ Long
      • Vertical Roof Style Up to Any Length

Our warranty gives you confidence in the quality of our RV covers.

Local Regulations and Permits:

Depending on your location, you may need to obtain permits or adhere to specific regulations when installing any camper covers. Check with your local authorities to ensure you comply with any requirements.

Reviews and Recommendations:

Don't just take our word for it. Read reviews and seek recommendations from other camper owners who have purchased our quality RV covers.

By carefully considering these 10 factors, you can choose the best travel trailer covers for you, that provide reliable protection for your camper and fits within your budget.

What Are the Different Types of RV Covers?

On the market today there are two main options to protect your RV

  1. lightweight fabric RV covers and
  2. durable metal RV covers.

What Are The Best RV Covers?

Let's compare a leading fabric RV cover manufacturer, ADCO RV covers vs. our durable metal RV covers. We'll take these one at a time and break down both the pros and cons of each to answer the question, what are the best RV covers?

Durable Metal RV Covers:


  • High durability of metal which leads to a long lifespan
  • Allows for easy access to what's being covered
  • Free-installation
  • No setup and take down when not in use
  • Can be configured as a shop space to give extra storage
  • Classic accessories can be added like doors and windows
  • Helps reduce moisture problems with adequate air vents
  • Slide-outs can be deployed while parked under cover
  • One-time cost for years of easy use


  • Higher upfront purchasing cost
  • Not easily moveable
dont waste money on fabric rv covers

Fabric Covers: These covers are typically made of a cheaper material like polyethylene, polypropylene, polyester, or solution-dyed acrylic and have zippered panels with tie-down straps and buckles. While these may offer leader accessories, like moisture resistance, maximum resistance to rain, and convenient straps and buckles, the saying "You get what you pay for" really holds true here.

These types of covers can be initially less expensive than a metal RV cover, but they do not last nearly as long.

On average these lightweight, water-resistant cloth covers only last about 3 years. That really adds up when you spend upwards of $500 or more on one.

The fabric cover also requires its own storage when not in use. A cloth motorhome cover has to fit your model exactly or it won't work at all. A fabric cover encourages mold and mildew growth because of its snug fit and zippered panels which prevent airflow.

Installation of one of these covers is another factor to consider - do you really want to get up on top of your RV and put a fabric cover on each time you return from camping?

Another problem is when leaves, pine straw, pine cones, dirt, debris, heavy snow, and ice accumulate on the top of these covers it not only breaks down the exterior of the fabric, but it still has to be cleaned off regularly to prevent damage.

Do you really want to have that much personal maintenance with your travel trailers?


  • Cheaper initial cost
  • Lightweight


  • Low durability of fabric which leads to a short lifespan
  • Cheaper material leads to a high possibility of tearing or ripping
  • Doesn't allow easy access to what's being covered
  • Requires consistent work from you
  • Self-installation and maintenance
  • Must be stored when not in use to protect it
  • Needs additional individual covers for extras (tires, tanks, etc.)
  • Contributes to moisture problems which lead to mold and mildew
  • Proper airflow is blocked during storage
  • Slide-outs cannot be deployed while most fabric covers are in place
  • Costly over the long term

In conclusion:

The best RV covers are the ones that keep your RV covered properly, allow for great airflow in and around your motorhome, protect your RV, and give you secure and sturdy storage.

That's exactly what we offer. Avoid cheap fabrics and go for the best RV covers instead!

To properly protect your RV from all types of harsh weather conditions, including harmful UV rays choose the best metal RV covers money can buy!

What is the Best RV Cover for Winter?

The absolute best camper cover for winter is a fully enclosed RV garage which gives protection from all sides and helps to insulate the travel trailer from cold temperatures. These can be easily configured to add extra parking for another vehicle or more, if desired.

How Much Do RV Covers Cost?

Metal RV covers cost around $5k and go up in price, depending on size, roof style, length, metal gauge, and custom options. You can get an exact price to purchase for your zip code by checking out our 3D rv cover configurator.

How Are RV Covers Measured?

RV covers are measured using 4 basic dimensions

  • width
  • length
  • height
  • Peak height (highest point of the RV cover) is determined by the leg height you choose
how metal rv covers are measured

How Tall Should an RV Cover Be?

First measure your RV height including any A/C units, antennas, or other accessories, then leave an additional 2-3 feet of extra room above. So if your vehicle is 12 ft. in height you'd want to add about a foot to the leg height above your cover.

What Size RV Cover Should I Get?

To properly measure what size your RV cover should be measure the width, length, and height of your camper. Be sure to include any fully extended slide-outs, as well as, any other attachments like A/C units and antennas. Then select an RV cover that provides at least 2 ft. 6 in. on each side of your travel trailer to allow extra clearance for easy access into your cover. For example, if your RV is 35 ft. in length you would need to add at least 5 additional feet to your cover to allow for full coverage. You can easily build and shop for your RV cover using our 3D configurator.

RV owners know that a snug fit can make it difficult to park your precious camper without damaging it or the cover.

The perfect fit allows for plenty of extra space to fit your RV comfortably.

3 Reasons to Choose Georgia Portable Buildings for Your RV Covers

  1. Great product and excellent material, installed professionally by a factory-trained crew with free shipping and installation in most cases
  2. Great customer service from a team that knows the cover market
    • We've been in business for 30+ years!
  3. Excellent warranty & wind certification that gives proof of a great product

We are always happy to help you build and design your metal RV cover. Please give us a call at the number above. If you want to instantly get a price quote while you shop from the comfort of your own home, use our 3D RV cover configurator now!