Were you even aware that indoor RV storage was an option? Well it is, and we are going to help you find the best indoor RV storage possible in your city. We are Blue Mound 287 Self Storage in Fort Worth, Texas, with over thirty years of storage experience.  If you can’t trust the name Blue Mound 287, you really do have trust issues.  Call us at (817) 439-1380 with any questions you might have.

What are your options for indoor RV storage?

Truthfully, your options are limited if you are looking for indoor RV storage.  Here is what you are looking at for options for indoor RV storage:

  • An attached two-vehicle garage at your home
  • A covered RV structure at your home
  • A storage unit

Those are your options. Let’s look at the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Two vehicle garage

A two-vehicle attached garage at your home is fine for a small RV. Few attached garages are big enough for large RVs, so the size of your RV will dictate whether this option is right for you. The advantage is obvious; this saves you money and really doesn’t cost you anything. The one disadvantage to this option is the fact that it will not be climate controlled storage, meaning you will not be protected against extreme temperatures and the damage oxidation can do to your RV.

A covered RV structure on your property

Again, cost is a factor here.  It does not cost you to store your RV at home.  It will cost you to build an RV structure, however, so that cost must be factored in when deciding if this is right for you.  You also have to be aware that a covered “awning” for your RV is not secure at all.  You are susceptible to vandalism and/or theft with this option, as well as oxidation damage.

An RV storage unit

Most self storage facilities have indoor storage units large enough to handle indoor RV storage.  The advantages are obvious. These storage facilities are secure storage units. Meaning you do not have to worry about vandalism or theft.  Many are also available with climate control, so that concern is taken care of as well. The disadvantage is cost.  A 12’x30’ storage unit will cost you over $100 per month.  Is it worth it to you to pay for that type of security? To answer that question, consider this: the cost of repairing a side panel on your RV is how much?  A thousand dollars?  More?  What is the cost of replacing computer components in your RV which are damaged by oxidation?  Two thousand dollars? More?

Only you can decide who important security is to you for RV storage, and what that security is worth to you. Only you know what kind of budget you have for RV storage.  All we can do is point out your options and answer any questions you might have.  Our thirty years of experience in the self storage business will give you answers which you can feel confident about as you make your decision.