Hilltop Storage Solutions provides RV and Boat Storage for clients in and around the areas of Justin, Northlake, Roanoke, Ponder, Argyle, Haslet, Fort Worth, Rhome, Denton, Tarrant, and Wise.
Why Use Hilltop Storage Solutions?
We take pride in providing quality storage solutions for your needs. Your RV or boat is a source of great joy and entertainment. When it’s not being used, it deserves serious security. Know that you’ll have just that when you store your boat or RV at Hilltop Storage Solutions! We take great pride in caring for our customers and their investments. We know that an RV, whether it be a 5th wheel, bumper pull, pop-up, or coach, is an expensive purchase. Our owner and managers reside on-site, which allows us to provide an additional layer of security during our non-business hours. We also have solid fencing and gates to ensure maximum privacy, motion sensor lighting, and 24-hour surveillance to provide a safe environment for storing your property.
Choose Either Covered or Uncovered Outdoor Storage
RV and boat storage can be a tricky decision. Do you want your vehicle to be covered or uncovered? Covered storage offers protection from the elements and lessens the chances of theft, while uncovered storage offers more affordability and convenience. Ultimately, it is up to you to decide which option best suits your needs. Whether you opt for covered or uncovered outdoor RV and boat storage, both options provide great benefits!
Here are our options for uncovered and covered boat and RV storage:
|12 x 30
|12 x 40 No Electric
|12 x 45 No Electric
|12 x 45 Electric
Important RV and Boat Storage Consideration
Boats and RVs are great ways to explore the world around us. When it comes time to store them, there are several important considerations that must be taken into account. Proper storage can help keep your boat or RV in top condition and extend its life. Determine its storage location. If it will be stored outside, then it is important to protect against harsh sun and rain. If you live in an area with extreme temperatures, then your boat or RV should be stored in a garage or other building that has adequate heating and cooling. Last, determine the size of your storage location.
Get More Space at Home
Need extra space at your house? Let us store your boat or RV so you can reclaim some much-needed room. Our secure storage options ensure peace of mind while you make the most of the additional space.
Avoid HOA Fees
If you own an RV or boat, you know how expensive HOA fees can be. There’s a better way to store your property without breaking the bank. Storage Solutions is perfect for storing your RV or boat. With our services, you can save time and money that would have been wasted on searching for storage spaces and paying unnecessary fees.
How to Prepare Your Motorhome or RV for Storage
If you’re an RV owner, you know that it’s important to store your recreational vehicles properly if you want to keep them in good condition. Proper preparation for storage not only ensures that your vehicle is safe and secure, but also helps to extend its life and prevent costly repairs. Here are six tips on how to prepare your motorhome for storage so that you can enjoy it for years to come:
- Check the tires and air pressure.
- Power down your motorhome, using the switch on the side of your RV’s dashboard or at the end of a cord near the headlights to turn off all electrical devices. Plug in a surge protector that protects against spikes and sags in power, and make sure you disconnect any power cords as well (electric furnace, refrigerator, and water heater) to prevent damage during storage.
- Remove any items that take up space inside of your RV before storing it for an extended period of time such as furniture, beds, TVs and computers (consider breaking them down into individual pieces for storage if you have the room).
- Close all doors and windows on your RV, including any side or rear doors, and make sure that they close securely.
- Ventilate your RV by opening the windows in the back of a motorhome while it’s turned off in order to let out any excess moisture collected inside during storage (avoid opening any door or window without first checking and making sure it is fully closed).
- Seal up your motorhome using weatherproof plastic covers over all vents, electrical outlets, entryways, and windows to prevent dust and insects from entering during storage.
How to Prepare Your Boat for Storage
If you’re planning to put your boat in storage for the winter, it’s important to properly prepare it. Taking the time to do a few simple steps now can save you from major headaches later. Following these steps will help you get your boat ready so you can head out to the lake or ocean with confidence when the time is right.
- Clean Your Boat
Before storing your boat, be sure to remove all removable items and thoroughly clean all surfaces inside and out. This includes running a fiberglass brush over the hull and replacing the water in your bilge if it was drained when you took it out of storage. It is also a good idea to wipe down the seats, trim, and cushions with a disinfectant, so they are ready for use again next year!
- Check Hull and Prop Seals
Check both the hull and prop seals for damage or leaks to make sure nothing will interfere with their function next season.
- Replace Everything
It is a good idea to replace all items that were removed from inside the boat including the seats, cushions, trim, and lifejackets before storing your boat.
- Store Your Boat
Store your boat in a clean dry location where it will be stable and safe from the elements. Usually, this is an indoor garage or shed. You can also find insurance policies that cover the storage of your boat, so if you are looking for a way to save money, you may want to consider that option! Don’t let your boat sit for long periods of time without proper maintenance. Boats undergo a lot of stress and can rust quickly if you let them sit for extended periods. You should check your boat every month or so to make sure it’s in good working order, and you should also have it inspected once a year. Storing boats correctly and maintaining them when necessary, keeping them dry when on land even during rainy weather, checking periodically that they are still in good shape, and having them inspected yearly, can all be done in order to make sure your boat is safe and sound. One way to be sure you are storing your boat correctly is to look for a Code of Practices or a Boat Washing Code that the manufacturer has put forth. These codes often outline specific guidelines as to how you should store and maintain your boat.
Hilltop Storage Solutions
If you have a boat or any type of RV that needs quick access to storage, then Hilltop Storage Solutions is the best option for you. We have a team of experts ready to answer your questions and provide you with an unbeatable customer experience. Let us show you what we can do for you!
If this sounds like the perfect solution for your family’s recreational vehicle or boat storage needs, contact us now at (817) 412-1391 and book your free site visit today!