Originally Posted by Charliebeardogs
It seems I keep getting very different reviews on covers and they aren't cheap at 700-800.00 it's a investment. We live in wisconsin so it will take a beating. Any input will be appreciated. Thank you so much.
No cover! Clean it, give it a good coat of wax & park it!
As you said "it'll take a beating" so you'll likely be buying another after about 2 seasons of use, providing you don't have much wind to speed the process & cause chaffing everywhere it flaps against the sides.
Are you physically able to carry it up a ladder, then hopscotch all over the roof while avoiding vents, skylights & A/C units while 13-14' off the ground to get it rolled out, then repeat when removing?
Do you plan any late spring early/summer trips before all the snow/ice have melted off the cover, if so how would you remove it?
We are in a park in Arizona, totally different weather than yours, where there's a Canadian fellow that covers his TT each summer, this will be our 6th season & he's on his 3rd cover in that time, each spring they're looking for 3-4 volunteers to help get it covered.
Personally I'd put that $700-800 towards a permanent cover to park it under if that's allowed.
Just my .02 cents! Your $$, your rv....