Where to Store Your Motorhome

October 24, 2019


The luxurious Venetian® Class A diesel pusher is a beautiful investment you will want to protect, especially when storing for winter. Realtors such as The Little Group out in Las Vegas, Nevada, receive questions all the time regarding how to store a motorhome at a residential property. You can hire a contractor to add an RV garage to your home, attached to your existing garage or build an RV sized garage detached from your home. Prices vary quite a bit depending on a number of factors, such as your existing structure, materials and location.

There are also premade options where the garage can be mostly built offsite and assembled at your home. Before you store your motorhome for any length of time make sure to drain all liquids from your coach and remove any food left in the kitchen. Here are some Venetian features to pay close attention to winterizing:

  • Triple 15,000 BTU air conditioners
  • Hydronic furnace and water heating system
  • Black tank flush system

Another option if an RV garage is too pricey or you would rather have something a bit less permanent is to cover your RV at home. This can be done with an RV-sized carport or specialty-made covers. These covers vary in materials so make sure you get one that is waterproof. Some have air vents, are ultra-lightweight, and offer dust, UV and wind protection. You want to consider your climate when choosing a cover since they have features such as extra mildew control and breathability. These may require the help of more than one person to install. If you have a Delano™, make sure you get one specific for that size and shape. Here are some Delano features that make storage prep a little easier on you.

  • Premium one-piece TPO roof
  • Tankless water heater
  • Upgraded windshield with privacy panels

If storing your RV at home is not an option at all, then store it someplace else. Maybe you have a friend or relative who is willing to allow you to park your RV on their property for the season. If not, look into places nearby that will store your motorhome for a monthly fee. Costs can range from $30-$100 or more a month depending on the location and size of your motorhome. Just make sure your insurance is up to date and will cover your motorhome while in storage. You will want to protect these features and more in your new Hurricane® Class A motorhome:

  • One-piece fiberglass front and rear caps
  • Second auxiliary house battery
  • Water heater bypass system

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