An RV air conditioner cover is an imperative asset for your air conditioner unit when you are placing your RV in storage, whether at a paid storage lot or right next to your house.
RV Air conditioner cover is a shield for the expensive RV AC unit when the RV is in storage. You could probably have it on when you are traveling too, but I have not seen that much on the road.
However, the first step is to maintain the RV air conditioner cover. This will ensure that the cover lasts for a long time. There are some tips and tricks that can help you in performing the task easily.
These covers are so inexpensive that I would replace the cover every year.
RV52.com maintains an rv AC selection guide with replacement parts and accessories. Check with that guide from time-to-time to see if RV52.com can help you select compatible covers quickly.
How to choose the best RV Air Conditioner Cover?
Choosing your RV air conditioner cover is not terribly difficult. For example, there is a special category for RV covers here: Camping World RV Air Conditioner Cover. Walmart has a nice selection of RV Air Conditioner Covers as well. You can see some from Amazon at the bottom of this article, but Amazon is much less organized. So look carefully.
This is the air conditioner component that prevents dust and debris from getting into your RV air conditioner and rendering it useless. Fortunately, there are many brands that deal in providing the best air conditioner cover including a rich variety of after market brands.
My advice? Scrutinize the rankings from Walmart/Amazon/Camping World very closely. Sheri and I often use Amazon ratings but purchase from Walmart or Camping World where counterfeit products are less prevalent.
How to Maintain Your RV Air Conditioner Cover?
Not much goes into maintaining an RV air conditioner cover. However, it is important to get on top of your RV from time to time to check the cover if you have had the RV in storage for an extended period of time. The cover is the component that keeps out rain and snow that can ultimately damage your AC. Occasional checks will ensure that you catch cracks and splits in the cover at the right time.
You can clean off the dust and debris collected on the cover.
If the cover looks like it has been compromised so it doesn't keep out the elements just replace it.
The RV air conditioner cover is a component that is easily damaged. These sources include exposure to the sun, overhead branches, and bows of trees as you make your way through wooded areas while camping.
The idea is that the cheap cover takes the beating from rain, sleet, dust, snow, wind, and bugs and since it is cheap, you just replace it when it looks ragged.
Sometimes, things are just “throwaways”.