We build custom RV Skirts that are sewn together from the specifications and measurements of your RV and your needs. Our skirting is made into multiple pieces that zip together. The average RV has 5-11 pieces of skirting.
We make our skirts up to 12″ longer at the bottom to accommodate uneven areas or RV Parks. We sew in a 5″ pocket at the bottom to slide in PVC pipe, this gives the skirt structure and helps in holding it down. We also include nail down straps every 3′+ so the skirt can be easily staked down at any point with about 14″ of adjustment.
The average skirt takes 20 minutes to install after you have moved. They’re designed for people who might move a lot. Our skirting is ready fit and works with most terrain, unlike wood or Styrofoam that you need to cut and adapt for each place you go. With our custom RV skirts you’ll be able to set up, break down, and store your skirt efficiently and easily.
To secure the skirt to your RV we use turn buttons every 12″. Our marine turn buttons go on with 2 stainless steel screws and make setting up and taking down your skirt a snap!
We install in a large adjustable zipper or zippers so the sewer hose can go through the skirt and be zipped closed around the hose without removing the skirt.
Custom fit around your door steps. We use Velcro for a snug fit that keeps the weather out. NOTE: If you’re using a deck you can close them off.
We normally go under basement doors for easy access, if not we will make a drop down flap with Velcro on it so you can still get in and get what you want.
We include a custom outlet for generators so they can work with the skirt on. For safety, we do suggest putting a longer pipe over the exhaust to to get it out beyond the skirt in windy conditions.
Slide-out corners have 2 extra layers of wear pads for protection, and velcro to hold it in close around the outer edge. We use snaps on the sides of the slideout so there’s nothing in the way as you move your slideout in and out.
Fifth wheel area skirts are made into 3 pieces with zippers at the corners so you can open them like a small door a large door or take off one side and bring in a 4-wheeler or a still.
To prevent your hitch from being a conduit for the cold we cover it with more material and a pleat, or we make a hitch box if it sticks out too far.
No worries! Our RV skirts include up to 12″ more material at the bottom to cover uneven areas or RV Parks.
Our RV skirts are sewn with a 5” pocket on the bottom edge to accommodate a PVC pipe. This gives the skirt some structure and aids in holding it down. We also include a nail down strap every 3’ and 8” nails for you to stake down your skirt.
We have a wide variety of colors for you to choose from. Head over to our RV Skirt Color Options page to select the one that's right for your RV.
The average skirt with everything weighs about 120-140 lbs complete.
The average skirt can be folded to about 3′ x 3′ x 1′ tall
Our skirt material is 18 ounce vinyl coated polyester with high tensile strength. 1000 x 1300 denier. 18 x 17 inch. Excellent for truck, construction, industrial and agricultural covers, RV skirting, 5th wheel storage skirts, custom covers. You see it most commonly on flatbed semi-trucks covering the load going down the highway. It is commonly called Coverene, Vinyl-Tex, Rhino Tarp, VCP, VCN, and many more. It’s tough, near impossible to tear yet easy to fold up and store.
DOT Common Sense Fastener–or turn buttons, toggles. Our turn buttons are Nickel Plated Brass, the industry standard. (If anyone tells you they’re using stainless steel turn-buttons, turn them over and look inside---SURPRISE there is some brass in there, they don’t know the product they are selling.) These fasteners are positive locking fasteners that will never open accidentally. Each turn button studs are assembled with a spring mechanism, holding the fastener under tension until turned by hand. We place them every 12" with 2 stainless steel Screws. These work great even on thin metal the base is 1-1/8″ wide making it very stable.
YKK #10 Zippers, the heaviest and largest zippers you can get. These marine mate zippers are double stitched on for added durability, with more stitching at the tops where they start. And now we're triple stitching the really long zippers used in the 5th wheel front area.
8" or 10" galvanized nails used to stake down your RV skirt
XWe use 1-1/4" PVC pipe from Home Depot. They're cut into 5' lengths to make them easy to store when moving, and assembled with couplings. PVC pipe works great for those who are on cement and aren't able to nail down the skirt. In this situation the use of sand bags works great.
NOTE: Local and Travel Skirts include PVC pipes, but Mail Order and Fit-N-ship skirts do not. We do not ship PVC pipes.
One for the nails, Two 3' X 3' bags for the skirt, One long 6' bag for pvc pipe. Bags are flat pillow case style canvas bags, no zippers... just flat bags to help hold your skirt.