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Your nice RV should have a solid metal RV garage to keep it safe and dry!

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Starts at $11,921

Are you ready to take your recreational vehicle storage to the next level? Design your next RV Garage to take things to the next level. A well-designed building can be crafted into a garage for your RV that makes your investment of time and money last. Yes, you can put your motorhome, travel trailer or 5th wheel in an enclosed building and lock the roll-up door. This gives you the protection your rv needs from the elements, theft or vandalism. These RV garages are all equipped with engineer certification for wind and snow loads designed for your area.

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Product Description

  • Vertical Style Roof
  • 18 ft. x 35 ft. x 14 ft. x 17 ft. 3 in.
  • Sample Shows Additional Options:
    • 1 - 12 ft. wide x 13 ft. high roll-up door
    • 1 - 36 in. x 80 in. walk-through door
  • Color:
    • Top - Clay
    • Trim - Clay
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In Most Cases:

  1. 1 Year Workmanship Warranty.
  2. 20 year Limited Rust Through Warranty On:
    • 12 Gauge Frames
  3. 10 Year Limited Rust Through Warranty
    • 14 Gauge Frames
  1. Our #1 question asked, "Does the price include shipping, anchoring and installation?"

    Our prices include shipping, anchoring and installation on your level site within our normal service area our service area map

  2. The second most frequently asked question, "How long before installation?"

    Average install time is 3 - 6 weeks

Shipping to: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

How Much Does a Metal RV Garage Cost?

A metal RV garage starts in the price range of about $8,000 depending on your zip code and other details.

A reasonably priced solid metal detached garage for your RV or motor home can really be worth the investment. Easily get a personal quote right now.

A detached garage or metal RV garage:

  • Adds value to your living space, new home, major investment, or property
  • Allows you storage and space to park within steps of your home
  • Adds safety and security
  • Allows RV owners more architectural designs
  • Absolutely will accommodate your motor home, travel trailer, cars, trucks, RVs, boat trailer, recreational vehicles, and other equipment

Owning a detached RV garage can be within your price range since we offer financing, rent-to-own, and other financial options to help make the purchase happen for you.

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What about RV Garage Plans?

Are you the kind of person who likes DIY and do-it-yourself metal garage plans? Maybe you have the skills and know-how, with a building kit, to construct your own metal RV garage. Steel master building kits are cost-effective for people that are masters at construction on a steel building.

Garage plans may be your type of thing, especially if you are building a new house or you have house plans of your own. You may want to consult with a project coordinator who can provide you engineer certified drawings for metal RV garage plans. This way, the building process can take place under warranty with a factory-trained crew. If you would like to be part of the building process, or you would like to take the reigns to do it yourself fully, please feel free to give us a call and see what type of discount you could receive to pick up the materials.

To envision the exact width, height, and length of your new RV garage, we have a 3D garage builder to assist you. You can custom-build the roof, walls, door, and determine how your vehicles would be parked on the floor inside. This helps you measure and customize your own area so you can visualize your camper sitting in an attached garage or just how you want it to be.

Your garage plans may include an interior with a quality bay, a finished floor, even a room to accommodate an area for working on vehicles, etc. Some people like to be able to "tinker" on cars or trucks; working out of their shop, garage, or workshop so to speak.

You may be interested in the purchase of a garage with a door opening so that you can have the ability to put in a power door for your camper or other vehicles. This is a popular option so that you don't have to get out of your vehicle to open the garage door. Remember to measure the width of your motorhome or door opening to accommodate whatever vehicles would need access to the opening.

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Are RV Garages Worth It?

You may be trying to decide whether a metal RV garage is really worth the investment.

Ask Yourself

Are you an RV owner and you're tired of paying storage or rental fees to park your recreational vehicle? Do you have to store your motorhome or RV away from where you live?

Most parking or storage facilities do not even provide coverage for the roof of recreational vehicles, let alone the security of locked garage doors. Parking at one of these locations means money out of your pocket plus you have to drive to the location every time you need access to your vehicle or travel trailer. These storage facilities also add more maintenance to the exterior of your RV due to the lack of proper coverage during storage.

Have you added up the cost over time for renting a space for RV storage that's uncovered plus fuel?

What's Important to You?

Add extra space on your property site to adequately house a metal garage building for your travel trailer, RV, camper, motor home, truck, and car.

What if you just want a quick fix? If you are looking to store and protect your truck, camper, motor home, or RV, then you want to consider what the final product will turn out to be.

RV garages are worth it if you want a sturdy storage structure that allows a more freely ventilated room, preventing mildew, with added security that's right outside your door.

What to Look For

An RV garage IS worth it if you are looking for:

  • A solid, permanent structure with or without walls
  • Provides all-over coverage and protection from wind and harsh UV-rays
  • Parking for motorhomes and car or boat plus trailer
  • Offers a lock and key
  • On your own property
  • Near your house or new home site

Solid, permanent construction: This means that your building won't blow down in the wind or disintegrate with harsh UV sun rays. A solid metal RV or motorhome garage adds extra height so that your entire contents are covered all year long with no worries.

The solid structure offers options like roll-up doors, power doors, windows, wiring, and maybe even a lift inside if that's something you would like to have. Instead of just a concrete block stacked upon another, our garage plans offer a project coordinator providing services to help build your own sturdy garage on your own site. Our solid metal garage offers parking, storage space and room, moisture control, proper RV ventilation to prevent mildew, and security - all in one.

A Word About Moisture and RV Garage Plans

The good thing about sturdy RV garage plans is that they offer mildew protection by design. What this means is that they allow airflow within your RV or motorhome because they allow it to be stored in an open, popped up, or set up position. Because of this, the camper, trailer, or pop-up is not trapped with moisture inside, which encourages bacteria and mildew to grow mold spores. The mold growth encourages a very unsafe environment for you and your family to spend time, eat, and sleep within those walls.

Dehumidification and insulation - both key factors when storing your RV

Moisture control is an important thing to think about, especially in certain parts of the USA. Humidity can be a real problem, particularly when it combines with excessive rainfall. You want to make sure that your purchase is money well spent, so look for excellent interior insulation options when you search your community for an RV garage.

Moisture Control = Damage Control

Also, because you can have electricity inside your RV garage, if you choose, you can run even a small dehumidifier (best choice) an air conditioner, or a fan full-time to prevent stagnant, moist air buildup inside your RV or camper. This is a great choice to extend the life of and provide excellent maintenance for your recreational vehicle. You are ultimately preventing the growth of mold spores with dehumidification and insulation on the interior of your RV garage.

How Do I Insulate?

Maybe you want to see photos of an already insulated RV garage. You can also wait and choose to insulate an RV garage later if you like. If you have any questions about insulating your garage, please contact us and we will be happy to work with you.

How Can I Prepare for A Metal RV Garage?

  • Prepare yourself. Having a metal RV garage installed takes time. From start to finish, there are many factors involved. Be prepared for delays, from potential permit delays to dirt work to concrete, to install delays, etc. In the meantime, drop by within your community, if possible, to see what one looks like in person so that you can get a feel for the installed product.

    • How does it look and feel?
    • What options are available?
    • Do you feel good about the investment?
  • Prepare financially. We accept all major credit cards, debit cards, cash, and check. A deposit (approx. 16%) is required once the order is placed for an RV garage. We offer Rent-to-Own and financing options. Please contact us and we will be happy to work with you.

  • Prepare potential permits (engineer certified or not). Are you going to need a permit? Have you contacted your local county inspector? If not, you may need to do so and determine the specifics; this is your responsibility as the building purchaser.

  • Prepare by knowing the size. You will then be able to determine the price of the building based on the exact size/dimensions. The dimensions will be the height, width, and length (which give you the peak height). Then you can move on to get a price for the next step, any dirt work and/or concrete work that you may need to have done.

  • Prepare the ground. You may need to have dirt moved, brought in, or leveled in preparation for the foundation of your garage. You may need to have gravel brought in, leveled, and/or concrete poured and set prior to your garage installation. You may not even need to have these things done. Maybe you want to hire a professional, maybe not. Keep in mind with concrete: certain temperatures are required for concrete to "set" properly, especially certain depths of concrete.

    Please Note: for our RV garages to be ready for installation, your ground must be level or within 4" level. If it cannot be, please contact us and we will be happy to work with you.

You are Ready to Optimize Your RV!

You can be confident that you and your family will get the most out of your motor home, travel trailer, camper, or RV. You are ready to keep your RV covered from all inclement weather - all year long, protected from mildew, level, secure, and right near home.

Now that you know more about solid and sturdy metal RV garages, you can be confident moving forward. You know if RV garages are worth it, how much they cost, how to get a personal quote, what to look for, and how to prepare for an RV garage. It's time to get your RV optimized today!