Did you know that in an archaeological dig in Anatolia, they discovered the earliest known piece of steel? It dated back as far as 4,000 years. They are not entirely sure what the steel was used for, but one archaeologist thinks that it may have been used for one of the very first ever metal carports. That they used to put the very first RV in. Obviously.
At the time of this writing, around seven percent of Americans own at least one recreational vehicle. That means that some own more than one RV. Sheesh. But, the big problem with owning an RV, and I imagine it is an even bigger problem for those hedonists who own more than one RV, is where to put the darn thing. A lot of people do not have a good spot to put their RV that it will be afforded adequate protection from the elements, particularly in the winter when it is not being used. You can find some storage facilities that offer rental of their locations, to keep your RV safely locked away and out of the elements. But who wants to pay for that when they can get something put up on their own property.
That is right, you have a variety of garage buildings that you can choose from. You can do metal garages, metal carports, or simply metal storage buildings. For your RV, I would suggest one of the metal storage units. They can be used to protect your giant boat too. Retail sales of boats, accessories and marine services have been growing over the years, so more people are in need of places to store them. Their sales increased six percent in 2011, up to $32.3 billion.
If you are 90 years old, you may be interested in the carport. By the way, we young whippersnappers call it a garage now. But the term carport was actually coined by the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. He is quoted as having told a client “A car is not a horse. It does not need a barn.” So, whatever you need it for, you can get one of these metal carports to cover just about anything that needs storage. More.