An awning on your RV is basically a second living room. You can play a game of chess, you can take a nap, you could eat a meal, and you could do so many other things under it. And in the heat of the summer or in the pouring rain, it helps you stay outside without having the sun bear down or the rain get on you. Because it’s such an important part of the rig, it’s important to keep it in good working order. To do so, you’ll need to keep an eye on all of the little pieces and parts that are a part of it. If one piece breaks, it could mean anything from a little more work on your part to get it out and back again or could mean something a lot more serious, such as the awning not working at all. If you’ve found yourself in the position of needing one of these parts, then stop by RecPro and get what you need.
Just like a pie, an RV awning is better than the sum of its parts. While a motor, a pull string, or an arm might not seem like such a great thing, just one more thing to keep your eye on, they come together to keep the awning in shape and give you the comfort and convenience that you’re looking for. And just like a pie, if one part is missing, the whole thing is off. Have you ever had an apple pie without the apples? Or a pumpkin pie without the crust? It’s just not the same and it barely counts as a pie. Well, just like those pies, an awning without the motor or without a good fabric canopy or without the string to help pull it out and put it back in, an awning can barely be considered an awning. So next time you think “oh, do I really need to fix that?” The answer is yes, it does need to be fixed. Because one less item on your awning is like one less item on a pie. And no one’s happy about that.