18' RV Awning Replacement Fabric Heat-Welded Seams (Actual Width 17' 1")

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  • Tan awning extended out on an RV.
  • Heavy duty awning fabric. Cold crack resistant. Heat welded seams. Universal fit. 1,000 PVC tarpaulin. Heat sealed seams.
  • UV exposure. Protects from stitching degrading. Strength and durability. RecPro awning fabrics are heat sealed on edges.
  • How to measure your replacement awning fabric. Size is measured from center of one arm to center of the other arm.
  • Simple installation. Pre-fitted polycords to easily slide into roller channels.
  • Comparison sheet of competitor's fabric features compared to RecPro's.
  • Tan awning with the corner folded up.
  • Tan awning extended out on an RV in a clearing.
  • Close up on the awning fabric material where it fades from white to tan.
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When it comes to avoiding the sun, RecPro has eighteen feet that can help you beat the heat. That's right! Our RecPro 18' Awning is a great replacement or upgrade for your RV, travel trailer, or fifth-wheel. If your awning is beaten up and on its last leg, don't give up and leave it rolled-up against the wall of your recreational vehicle. Get a RecPro awning and you'll have it made in the shade.

 RecPro awning fabric with its features compared to competitor awning fabric that is ripped with its features on the side.

Gray awning extended out on an RV in a clearing. There is a gray swatch square in the bottom right corner.

Our camper awnings are some of the best in the industry. We start by offering our awnings in three attractive fade blends that match most RV exterior color profiles on the market (Ocean Blue Fade, Gray Fade, Tan/Camel Fade, Slate Blue Fade, Burgundy Fade, Charcoal Fade). The smooth gradation from light to dark is very much on trend for the upcoming year's designs as well. The color selections also serve a dual-purpose in that they are specially blended not to have a solid dark surface. This avoids solar capture, which will heat your shaded areas if your awning has a color that is solid and too dark. The awning arrives folded in the RecPro shipping media. To stretch the wrinkles out, make sure to expand the sheet over a flat space before installation.

RecPro awning fabric. New awning fabric. Stylish flair and impeccable vinyl material. Shelter from outdoor elements.

The sturdy vinyl material is another reason to add or upgrade. These awnings have a tensile strength of 140 psi and are resistant to UV light, which means they're able to withstand weather, exposure, and wind sheer better than other available materials on the market. Flame retardant and environmentally friendly, these awnings are safe and healthy as well. They're straightforward to clean, as water slides quickly off and the material naturally prohibits the growth of mildew and mold. Make the right choice for your RV, fifth-wheel, and travel trailer by upgrading to a RecPro awning today.

A great part of this model of awning is that it has heat-welded (heat-sealed) seams rather than sewn seams. While other awnings have seams that are sewn together with thread, these heat weld seams make these awnings more durable, more reliable, and more able to handle what the RV life throws at it. The heat-seal enables the awning to withstand temperatures down to -25°F (-31.67°C) without degrading or cracking. Because of this, you won't have to worry about what will happen to your stored RV in the winter or whether or not you'll be able to use your RV awning when you go cold-weather camping. The heat-welded seams are reinforced with a heavy-duty 13.5 oz base vinyl (1/16" thick), which adds to the durable nature of the awning. Leak-proof as well, these seams are not going to let in water or rot over time, unlike the sewn seams of other models of awning. Adding reliability and stability at those critical points of the awning, these seams don't leave you wanting more. If you're looking for an awning that'll last you years, heat-sealed is the way to go.

The awning replacement fabric measures 17' 1" by 8' and is 1/16" thick. From the bottom of the valence to the first bead is 7 1/2" and from the bottom of the valence to the second bead is 11". The distance between the beads is 3 1/2"-5" and the bead length, extending from the end of the awning, is 5" on average.

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Awning bead and valence measurements.


  • Width –17' 1"
  • Length (Extension/Depth/Height) – 8’
  • Poly bead spacing: Approximately 4"
  • Poly bead diameter: Approximately 3/8"
  • Fade Colors – Ocean Blue Fade, Gray Fade, Tan/Camel Fade, Charcoal Fade, Slate Blue Fade, Burgundy Fade
    • Faded fabrics utilize a white underside
  • Solid Colors – Solid Black, Solid White
    • Solid color throughout, underside matches topside 
  • Material – 3-ply fabric with 16oz heavy duty vinyl
  • Durable heat welded seams and stress points
  • Straight-cut valance with 7.5" overhang
  • UV and weather-resistant
  • Easy to install poly bead slides into track
  • Resists mold/mildew growth
  • Sized to fit industry standard assemblies
    • Will not fit awnings with metal covers
  • Awning fabric is 1000D PVC tarpaulin
  • Weight - 16oz/sq yd

*DISCLAIMER: RecPro does not guarantee that fabric fades will line up when purchasing multiple awning fabrics, as the separate fabrics may come from different dye lots.*

**Wrinkles will stretch out and smooth. Inconsistencies are cosmetic**

***Measure awning width before purchase (make sure to compensate for spacing)***



 How to measure your replacement awning fabric. Size is measured from center of one arm to center of the other arm.

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