23 Mar

Steel RV Storage Building

These days more people are retiring earlier, living longer and traveling more. And their preferred way to travel is in a beautiful, fully-equipped recreational vehicle, or RV. If you’ve been to any of the RV shows around the country, you know how incredibly functional today’s RV can be. They have complete kitchens with sinks, stoves, microwaves, and some even come with ovens. Most have full bathrooms that include showers. And you’ll find many RVs that can sleep up to 10 people comfortably. So that brings up the question, where to you keep such a beautiful vehicle? Universal Steel recommends a steel RV storage building that you can put up yourself.

Keeping your RV in a steel RV storage building will help it last much longer and keep it safe no matter what the weather might be. At Universal Steel, we can create a storage facility for your RV that will include tall ceilings and extra tall garage doors so you won’t have any trouble if you want to pull forward or back your RV into it. If you have other mobile toys, like off-road vehicles, a boat you tow behind the RV, or even an extra car or SUV that you pull behind, we can make sure your building has room for all those additional toys as well.

If you’d like to have windows in your steel RV storage building, just let our design team know. We can create a building kit to your exact specifications. Some people like to have storage closets for all their camping gear and maybe even a laundry tub where you can wash up all your camping gear when you come back from a long trip. So if you’re the proud owner of a new RV, call on Universal Steel right here in Lawrenceville, Georgia at 770-449-6588 or toll free at 800-993-4660. We’ll help you design the perfect metal building for your needs.

 

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