Does your old RV awning look like this? Fabric cracked and delaminated?
Protect your roll out RV awning from harmful UV damage. RV awnings are constantly exposed to the damaging effects of weather and sunlight. On the average, most RVs are used only 2-3 weeks out of the year and the rest of the time the RV sits stationary and uncovered. The constant exposure to the hot sun in the summer and freezing ice in the winter causes the outer fabric wrap of the RV awning to degrade and de-laminate. It basically rots the outside fabric layer away while the remaining fabric wraps underneath remain in good condition. The awning fabric can be repaired by cutting off the bad fabric, sewing or gluing in new fabric. and then re-installing. A costly and difficult repair. Or the entire RV awning fabric must be replaced.
Our RV Awning Protector can be easily installed on most all styles of roll out RV awnings. The 10" wide RV awning protector will wrap around and completely cover a standard awning roller. Adjustable straps and metal cinch buckles easily hold the vinyl cover in place. The RV protector keeps the harmful UV rays and damaging weather off of the RV awning fabric, thus protecting it and prolonging it's life. The RV protector is not designed to travel with installed. For stationary storage use only.
In the industry, the overall length of a standard RV awning is measured from outside to outside of the vertical support arms on each end. The RV protectors are designed to only cover the vinyl fabric on the metal roller, with adequate allowance for the straps to go out and around the metal vertical arms on both ends. When installing, the RV protector should be centered to completely cover the vinyl fabric on the roller and cinched tight around the vertical arms with the straps and metal spring buckles provided. The actual length and width of the RV protector fabric is listed in the description. Please measure your actual RV awning fabric on the roller before ordering.