While we offer two different heights of 7.5' and 8.5', which suit the vast majority of RVs, we are incredibly flexible when it comes to ordering the right length for your vehicle. You can pretty much order as little or as much as you would like as we give you options from 1' all the way up to 40'. No matter how big your RV is, we've got all the material you need to cover and protect the external surface.
The best fiberglass siding is made from a material commonly known as Filon, a durable and smooth reinforced plastic. If you're looking for a siding option that combines safety, durability and great looks, it's fiberglass that you need. Get yourself a free sample of our fiberglass and you'll quickly see for yourself that it's the right material for your RV.
Fiberglass Repairs Made Easy
Unlike aluminum siding which ends up full of dents after even just a few minutes of driving over a gravel surface, fiberglass is a tough siding material that isn't daunted at all by such minor obstacles. What's more, even when your RV's fiberglass siding gets damaged, it's simple enough to purchase a square of replacement material to patch things up. Repairing your fiberglass siding is very straightforward, and all you need is a 1' x 1' repair piece that fits into place with the help of a few simple instructions and a little know-how. You'll know that our repair pieces are of the best quality when you inspect the visible fibers for yourself, but until then you should take a look at all the benefits of using fiberglass for your RV siding as outlined below.
The Finest Features of Fiberglass and Filon
In the vast majority of cases, you'll find that fiberglass is the most suitable material for use in covering your RV's external parts. If you're weighing up the pros and cons of external RV siding materials, there's a lot you need to consider, so we've provided a handy outlined of the main points to think about. There are several important reasons for which fiberglass is superior to aluminum and other previously popular siding materials as you'll see below.
Fiberglass is incredibly simple to handle when it comes to maintenance as it just doesn't attract all the roadside dirt than other materials seem to gather. Even when your siding does get a little grubby, all it takes is a quick wipe down and everything is as good as new.
When you first purchased your RV, you probably weren't wondering about how much you could sell it for when the time came to get a new model. However, it's worth being aware that a fiberglass exterior coating enables you to hold on to a whole lot more of the resale value.
Fiberglass is a lightweight material that also lends itself to great aerodynamics, enabling travel trailer users in particular to cut down on gas mileage without doing a single thing differently.
When your fiberglass siding gets damage, it's very quick and easy to replace the damage section and carry on just like before.
Purchasing a new external covering for your RV is an important decision, and you've got to get it right. To facilitate your choice, RecPro provides you with the opportunity to purchase a sample of fiberglass/filon siding. Once you've seen the high-quality colored fiberglass we stock, you'll know exactly which piece to order for your RV. All of our fiberglass is made to the highest standards and comes in the following colors:
When it comes to choosing your fiberglass siding for your beloved RV, we'll help you at every step along the way. Whether you're concerned about the color, or you're thinking more about whether it can really last the distance, you can rest assured that our fiberglass is of the highest quality.