RV Storage Buildings

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RV Storage

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RV storage facilities are in high demand throughout America. In fact, over 8.9 million people in the USA own a recreational vehicle! That means many boat, camper, trailer and motorhome owners need a place to store their RV's and many entrepreneurs are taking advantage of this growing market.

Our RV storage buildings feature flexible interior walls and can be designed to accommodate RV lengths of up to 50' deep in one storage bay. We can also design your RV storage facility to feature open walls which as you can see in the comparison below, has its own advantages. With most 5th wheel trailers and Class A motorhomes topping out at 35' to 44' in length, our RV storage buildings can easily offer a storage space to a wide variety of recreational vehicles.

Open Wall RV Storage Buildings


  • Can finish the walls with concrete block or another siding material

  • Uninterrupted access to all sides of your RV for washing

  • With no sheeting to install, building takes less time to erect


  • Property is exposed to blowing debris and precipitation

  • Exposure to vandalism, pests and the neighbor’s kids

  • Increased cost, building must be loaded for upward wind

Enclosed RV Storage Buildings


  • Your RV is completely protected from the weather on all sides

  • You can use it to store other equipment, toys and cars

  • Ability to insulate and create a climate controlled space


  • Cannot finish the walls with any other siding material

  • It takes a bit more time to finish erecting the building

Products, Warranties and Service


General Steel

Available Products

C-Channel Framing: 26 Gauge Sheeting, I-Beam Framing: 26 Gauge Sheeting

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Roof, Trim, Walls

I-Beam Structural Warranty

50 Years

Paint Warranty

40 Years

Galvalume Roof Warranty

25 Years

Standing Seam Roof Warranty

20 Years

Project Coordinator

Included At No Additional Cost

I-Beam RV Storage Buildings

If you plan on building an RV storage facility in a location with high wind speeds or heavy snow loads, our team can design the facility with I-Beam primary framing rather than C-Channel.

Standard Features

  • Primary and Secondary Framing

  • 1:12 Roof Pitch

  • 26 Gauge Roof and Wall Sheeting

  • Fasteners

  • Sealants and Flashing

  • Deluxe Trim Package

  • Ridge Cap

  • Plans and Drawings

For more information please visit our full list of standard building features.


Building Functionality

From skylights to extended overhands and door options, there are countless ways to improve the functionality of your metal building. Browse through popular components to discover the possibilities.


Choosing a color scheme for the walls, roof and trim not only helps your building blend in with surrounding structures, it gives you an opportunity to really personalize your kit.


C-Channel RV Storage Buildings

Our C-Channel RV storage product is very similar to our popular mini storage building system. Offering an all solid steel alternative to I-Beam framing, our C-Channel RV storage system provides flexible rentable storage space for all sizes and types of recreational vehicles.

Standard Features

  • Primary and Secondary Framing

  • 3:12 Roof Pitch

  • 26 Gauge Roof and Wall Sheeting

  • Fasteners

  • Includes one 3070 walk door

  • Walk door includes door and lever set

  • Roof and Wall Closures

  • 50 Year Warranty

Our team will let you know if a C-Channel building is an option for you.


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From class A, B and C motorhomes to 5th wheels and pop-up campers,
we’ve outlined the most common sizes to help you understand the right combination of RV storage bays you will need to start your business.



Not sure what size building will fit on a parcel of land? Check out our popular map app to look up a property by address and place any size building footprint on the ground to see the feasibility. After you’re done, don’t forget to price it!