Uses a 15 oz. vinyl fabric to ensure a high level of durability. Nice weather-guard protection applied to the vinyl to prevent sun damage. Uses a one-piece design that looks great and will last longer than pieces with multiple seams. Ships completely finished.
Slightly higher price than some other options, but still a nice value.
Purchasing this kit allows you to pick from two different sizes and three different fabric colors. Very easy to install. Consists of a mesh screen that partially blocks the sun but also allows air to pass through it. Will give you a nice level of durability versus others.
Not a full fabric material that will completely block the sun.
Color of the fabric exists on both sides, which means it looks great from both the top and the underside. Will resist fading from the sun. You can install it yourself. Gives you a nice price point. Yields both full sun and rain protection with a solid fabric.
Slightly smaller coverage area than some other options.
Awning edges contain zippers that allow you to attach screens to create a makeshift screened-in patio area. Provides full sun and rain protection. Uses durable materials to ensure you receive a good lifespan from the awning, while it also maintains a great look.
Expensive. If you don't need the zipper edges, you can save money elsewhere.
Product that can be set up and used quickly to create a small area for giving you shade and rain protection with your RV. Will provide a nice looking awning that should last for a long time. Works well for giving you rain protection just outside the RV door.
Very pricey. Installation can be a little tricky because of lack of hardware.
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