Before EZ Snap existed; if you wanted a custom fit RV skirting for your motorhome or fifth-wheel, you would have had to hire an upholster to come to your R.V. and custom fit your RV Skirting or RV underpinning. But now using the EZ Snap™ fasteners you can install your own RV Skirting and fifth wheel skirting with kits. EZ Snap™ lets you achieve the same results as the expensive upholstery shop without the big bill. See RV Skirting video on the right hand side of this page.
Premium RV Skirting Material:
When EZ Snap™ developed this winterizing RV skirting kit; we wanted to use the very best material we could find for the application. All of our skirting products are made using Diamond Weave™ premium skirting vinyl. Diamond Weave™ is a very strong and durable vinyl with half the storage bulk of regular RV skirting. The secret to Diamond Weave's™ strength is its diamond shaped, interlaced scrim base. This allows for it to remain lightweight while still having durablitly in extreme weather conditions. Our skirting material is also a (Tri-Laminate) material, for extra durability. The Diamond Weave™ RV skirting material is able to withstand temperatures to -40 degree winter conditions. It's also able to handle the extreme summer temperatures in places like Arizona.
Diamond Weave™ RV skirting is a "Non-Fray" material like our shade screen mesh. It features an encapsulated yarn built right into the base fabric. This is a great feature as it allows Do-it-yourselfers could cut the fabric on-site without the need for hemmed edges. Diamond Weave™ RV skirting has a proven track record of outstanding performance in all climates. Where ever you do decide to buy your RV skirting or 5th wheel skirting from, insist that they use the Diamond Weave™ RV skirting material for long life and durability.
Diamond Weave™ RV skirting also has a fire retardant rating. Most of our competitors do not have this feature, but we think it is well worth it to have the peice of mind and to sleep worry free.
Since many of our customers use heaters underneath their skirting this is an absolute, must have feature.
Diamond Weave™ RV skirting has the maximum amount of U.V. ray and fade inhibitors, as well as mold and mildew inhibitors and -40 cold weather performance rating. We know you will be very pleased with its performance. Even though the EZ Snap™ RV Skirting is much less expensive than a professionally installed skirting, the quality of the finished product will be as good, if not better than the material an upholstery shop would install. White is the most popular color for our skirting product, but it is also available in the colors shown below:
Ease of Installation - How to install RV Skirting
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The RV Skirting installs very similar to our RV shade screens or our residential shade screens. (See the "How to install your own RV Skirting" Video) . You first place the screw studs into your RV in the areas that you wish to install the RV skirting. We recommend a 10" spacing on the screw in fasteners and a 6" spacing for the adhesive 3M style; see tip below for more info. Next, place the EZ Snap™ pins onto the studs. Place the skirting fabric over the pins, puncturing through the fabric with the pins and taking out any wrinkles as you move along. Then when you are happy with the look, just press on the EZ Snap™ caps and you're done. You may want to add rigid Styrofoam insulation board behind the skirting to add an R-value for climates with sub-zero temperatures.
The RV side skirting fabric comes in a 30", 48" or 60" height. The 48" tall skirting is great if you have slide outs, since you are able to use one height all the way around your RV. The front fifth wheel enclosure skirt is 71" tall. If it is too tall, just cut it down to your required height or tuck the excess under the RV. Remember our RV skirting material is a "Non-Fray" fabric so there is no need to hem it. * See Install Tip below
How to hold down the RV Skirting
(Pipe Clamp System Highly Recommended)
The RV skirting can be held in place in a variety of ways. One of the best ways is to use our PVC pipe clamp shown on the right. You can simply use lengths of standard 3/4" white PVC irrigation pipe (this pipe typically has a 1 and 1/16th of an inch O.D.). Available at most local hardware stores. Just purchase the length of pipe you would need for your project. Wrap the bottom of your skirting fabric around the pipe lengths and snap our pipe clamp over the fabric.
Watch our install video on the right hand side of this page for install instructions.
Tuck the excess fabric under the RV. This pipe helps to weigh down the fabric in the wind as well as keep it straight. You can also purchase 90 degree pipe fittings from your hardware store to help make smooth corners for your skirting.
Other methods customers have used for holding the skirting down are to fold the excess under the RV and weight it down with sand bags or 2 x 4 lumber lengths. We do not recommend any other way of holding your skirting in place other than to use the EZ Snap RV pipe clamps with a heavy object behind the skirting to keep it in place. Using other techniques, runs the risk of applying downward pressure on the skirting and possibly pulling it off of the fasteners or damaging the fasteners. These are sold individually and we recommend that you place them every 2 feet in windy areas, to a maximum of 4 feet.
The RV skirting panels can be joined together using our special Gecko™ Extreme Stick Velcro. This Velcro was specially designed to stick to our RV Skirting product. It allows you to cut down our skirting product into smaller sections and then join them together for a nice finished look.
Instant peel & stick zipper is easy to install on your RV or 5th wheel skirting material. This zipper comes 7 feet long and can be cut down to any size, 7' or less. The adhesive tape and the zipper are one piece and are ready to install. You just need to cut to size. Learn More »