105" Wide RV Underbelly Material Coated Black
Since the early 1980's, one of the industry-standard materials used to cover the underbelly of manufactured homes is Polyethylene Underbelly. This solid, highly-flexible material creates a protective surface that insulates and guards the sensitive components underneath your mobile home or RV. The black, tarp-like (non-industrial grade) material resists water and other outside elements that could infringe upon your RV or mobile home.
Polyethylene Underbelly is designed to last through years of exposure to the elements. It resists both frigid and hot temperatures which means that frost conditions won't adversely impact the structure of the material. Outside of climate elements, this product withstands physical factors as well. Because of its mesh construction, rodents and other pests are prevented from having open access to your living space. RecPro wrapped underbelly, in particular, is highly resistant to tears and punctures and contributes to overall weight reduction for added fuel efficiency.
If you are looking to restore, repair, or completely replace your structure's underbelly, this Polyethylene material is one of the best choices you can make to protect your property.
*THE LISTED MATERIAL IS FOR INSULATING PURPOSES. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO BE THE SOLE COVERING ON THE BOTTOM OF YOUR RV, TRAILER, OR MOBILE HOME. For stationary use, not intended to be used for towable units.
**THE PRIMARY UNDERBELLY MATERIAL USED TO COVER THE BOTTOM OF RVS AND TRAILERS (BETWEEN THE EXPOSED FRAME AND THE ROAD) IS 1/8" Extreme Duty Corrugated RV Underbelly Material 76 3/4" Wide This material is used for units that are intended to be driven or towed.
- 105" Wide
- Sold in 10' increments: 10' to 50'
- Color: Black
- Temperature Resistant
- Woven Mesh Support
- Best for stationary vehicle applications
- Prevents Wear on Delicate Underbelly Components
- Insulating Properties
- Resists Tearing