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Hello Neighbors!

Most of my neighbors know that we travel quite a bit. We are a family of 8 and we have a 32 ft. Travel Trailer. Recently we have been able to do some traveling and leave the RV parked at a friend's house. I was overjoyed when I heard that Empire Covers was willing to work with me here At the Fence and provide a cover for our travel trailer. I was really concerned about weather damage just sitting in our friend's yard. Between wind, rain and sun, you can have a lot of damage just from exposure.

Empire Covers are made of a thick water resistant material. They will protect against heavy dust and dirt and also harmful UV rays. The cover is made of a 3 layer material which consists of an inside and outside layer of spun-bonded polypropylene with a layer of waterproof film in the center. Do not place on an already wet vehicle, wait until it is dry. If there are high winds, make sure you tie down your cover securely, using the grommets provided.

My husband was impressed with the quality of the cover. It is waterproof, yet breathable. It will not hold moisture in, yet it keeps rain out. He really likes the cover! And I am glad that our trailer has some protection from the weather.

It was very easy to choose the appropriate cover. Empire carries covers for Class A, Class B, and Class C RVs, along with covers for fifth wheels, toy haulers, folding campers and truck campers. If you are looking for a new cover for your RV, or if you have a new RV and haven't purchased a cover yet, make sure to stop by Empire Covers. The shipping was quick, and I am definitely satisfied. Empire Covers can be found on Facebook and Twitter.

And be sure to keep an eye out as next week, I will be posting a giveaway from Empire Covers! Anyone who leaves a comment on this post will automatically receive an entry in the giveaway. Also if you tweet (only once) you may have a second entry. Leave a comment here with the link to your tweet. (Stop by At the Fence next week for a giveaway from Empire RV covers! @Atthefence @Empire_Covers)

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review. I did receive and RV cover. All quotes are taken from the Empire Covers website. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Sara said…
What a great product, how well does it fit? We have a popup right now but are looking to get a 20 ft TT soon. I would LOVE a cover for it since unlike our popup the TT will have to live outside in the elements!
Sara said…
tweet 08-02-11!/sniffenegger/status/98431230827167744

sara (at) theniffs (dot) com
Sounds like a great company. We use our popup a lot.
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Darlene said…
We have a car I wonder if it would work good for that also.
Darlene said…
I tweeted about this!/darleneowen/status/100366955806081025
Unknown said…
If we had an RV this would be a great item to own!!
Unknown said…
I bought a cheaper Empire cover model. Stay away. It lasted six weeks or so before completely tearing up. Hem tore after one week.

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