Jun 12, 2017 - 12:21 PM
We have a lot of questions and concerns about water being trapped under our covers. I have attempted to address those concerns here.
If you install our covers as instructed, they are 99% water resistant. When installing, you start from the back of the RV and overlap the pieces as you move forward. When storing your RV, you can install the first piece over the end cap if you wish for added protection. As you install each piece, with both hands, grab and roll the piece upward so that it jams up snug to the fabric roll connection to the trailer. Overlap the next piece and repeat until the entire awning is covered.
Make sure to store the RV with the front higher than the back. If it does rain, the water will flow off the back of the awning, essentially making a “gutter”, if you will, at the connection point to the trailer. The only amount of water (if any) that might get under our cover, could be a little “bleed under” at the connection point, but will be very minimal.