Benefits of Indoor RV Storage:
Avoid Weather Damage
Avoid weather damage and protect your investment by storing your RV indoors. Extreme heat, cold, wind, and rain can all harm your motorhome and reduce its useful lifetime and value.
Protect Your Tires
Storing your RV outdoors can lead to tire damage. Extreme weather and dramatic changes in temperature are harmful to your RV's tires. Rubber tires can crack if left outside for extended periods and must be replaced before your motorhome is safe to drive again.
24/7 Security Monitoring
Rest easy knowing your RV is secure. GoldKey indoor RV storage features 24-hour electronic monitoring and state-of-the-art security systems. We take the issue of protecting your motorhome as seriously as you do.
Ready When You Are
Storing your RV indoors means it's always ready to go when you are. Avoid the hassle of having to inspect, repair, and clean your RV after extended storage. Get back on the road and on to your next adventure quickly and easily.
Questions About Indoor RV Storage?
We're happy to answer any questions you have about indoor storage for your motorhome. GoldKey provides premium indoor RV storage for customers in the Greater Sacramento Area. 916-358-5004 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does indoor RV storage cost?
Indoor RV storage prices typically depend on the size of your motorhome. Here at GoldKey, our indoor RV storage rates start at $299 per month for motorhomes between 25 and 30 feet.
Should an RV be stored level?
Yes, your RV should be parked as level as possible when stored. If you have to store your motorhome on an incline, keep the fuel tank at the lower end so the fuel doesn't shift toward the engine. If you have a refrigerator in your RV, storing it on a slope may cause problems as well.
How do I prepare my RV for indoor storage?
If you are storing your motorhome indoors, you should empty all the cupboards, cabinets, and drawers. Next, empty and clean your fridge and freezer if you have them. Finally, vacuum your RV as thoroughly as possible.
Unlike storing your RV outdoors, you do not need to worry about draining your plumbing system and filling it with antifreeze. Indoor storage also protects your tires, so you won’t need to cover them to protect them from weather damage.
Should I leave my RV’s slide outs open when I store it?
RV slide outs are not designed or intended to be open for extended periods without proper protection and maintenance. Storing your motorhome with the slide outs open could cause damage to the weather seals and/or the slide out mechanism.