Measuring your RV Awning
Regular Shade Awnings:
Unfortunately sometimes awning fabrics do rip or are weathered beyond repair. If this happens we need some information to create a quote for you.
The most important information that we need is the size of your awning. This measurement is fairly easy to take and does not require you to climb any ladders! All we need is the measurement of center of awning arm to center of awning arm. The image below explains how to take this measurement.
Next we need to know what the material of the awning is made of. There are two basic materials that awnings come in; acrylic or vinyl fabric. Most awnings are made of the vinyl fabric.
Finally we need to know what color of awning you prefer. Below are the colors that our awning manufacturer supplies for vinyl awnings.
If you are looking at installing a brand new awning on a unit that doesn’t currently have one please allow one of our technicians to look at the unit and decide the proper length for the unit.
Slide Topper Awnings:
Slide-out or slide topper awnings are always a good idea to protect your investment. They deter water, leaves, needles, sunlight and other harmful environmental factors from damaging both the slide roof and slide seals. The image below describes how to measure for a new slide topper awning and gives the proper awning measurements.
If your current slide topper awning fabric is damaged we have replacement fabric in stock.