EZ Snap RV Skirting Customer Feedback…
After more than a decade of providing high quality RV skirting and shade materials, EZ Snap has thousands of happy customers. Here are some reviews that we have received from all over the USA, Canada and Australia.
Received product in a timely manner, was provided a tracking number to monitor shipment progress. Packaging in 2 separate boxes in good shape with no damage.
Excellent customer service, Troy was very helpful with answering all my questions and an issue I had with my order he handled very quickly and in a timely manner.
Product is very durable and easy to work with! All the product videos on the RV skirting very helpful and informative.
Have recommended EZsnap to all other full-time RVers in the construction industry who have questioned me about the skirting and Fifth-wheel enclosure for my travel travel trailer! I have had custom skirting on my other trailers and I feel EZsnap is more economical and better quality.
Will continue doing business with EZsnap in the future!!!
Thank you, EZsnap.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your recommendation Mr. Harris!
At first when I received the skirting I thought "how is this going to hold up in the elements and hold in heat to keep my lines and take from freezing?". I thought it was thin and not very good at holding in heat, I was wrong, it is light weight.
Well let me tell you, it does it's job wonderfully. In 0°f weather, one small space heater set to low under the camper with the skirting on keeps the water running at all times, and the temp under the camper at 40°f (as long as it's at or above 32°f)
I'd definitely recommend using the Velcro to "link" the pieces together, it keep the skirting as a whole strong. I'd also recommend cutting the sections as large as possible. For example instead of doing 3 separate slide pieces, do one large piece. I made that mistake on one side. Basically the side that is one whole piece holds up to wind many times better and it was super easy to put on. The side that I cut in 3 sections, it's extremely hard to keep it from flapping in the wind, and wind is what strips the heat from your camper causing frozen pipes and wasted fuel for heat. So if you can, keep it one piece.
I got the pipe clamps, those help with the wind and keeping the excess material under the camper for a clean look.
Initial install is time consuming, I'd recommend giving yourself a couple hours. But after the first install, it's extremely quick. I have a 40' toy hauler and it takes 10-15 mins to put skirting on and Velcro together. Pipes add 10 mins maybe to install.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your feedback Charles. Great to hear that EZ Snap RV Skirting is working well for you.
EZ Snap Review and Story!
First of all, I would like to state that Charlie (my wife) and I are new to the full time RVing thing. We have learned a lot in a short period of time and came to realize that among the many things necessary to purchase, a skirt for the rig is just what the doctor ordered… especially since we are now fast approaching more frigid temperatures. Canada eh? Being Scottish… a friend of mine said it is an RV kilt… not just a skirt ☺
I did my research, went on-line and searched for solutions we can do ourselves and happened upon a video from the “Keep your Daydream” crew who did in fact attach an EZ Snap skirt on their rig “Ginger”. It looked relatively easy and as Charlie and I are quite handy, I got in touch with the team to solidify our needs. After the order, which was quite painless, Troy reached out to me and reconfirmed a solid address to ship to in Canada…eh! We are out in the boonies on the West Coast of BC so no real “fixed” address, thankfully we were able to use a friend’s home address and it was shipped out promptly.
Once it arrived, we unboxed and sorted through the materials then went on to do the pre-planning. We own a Grand Design Solitude 310GK (34’,11”) unit with three slides. I diagramed out the trailer and did actual “fixed” measurements on all surfaces destined to have snaps. I am a bit “anal” about doing things right the first time (just me) so I chose not to just go with the recommended spacing but measured out the exact distance between on all surfaces. Pic #1 shows the initial diagram: (All of you 310GK users feel free to snag!)
Bit on the “crinkly” side as it is rather wet where we are, was thrown away but retrieved for this writing.
Then it was simply picking a section, measuring out ends, exact center, and placing buttons in appropriate locations surrounding the trailer. We opted for ALL buttons to be screwed in as the temps here were not the warmest and the 3M adhesive, while sticking, (was not recommended to use solely at the lower temps). We worked slowly around the trailer, cleaning sections with isopropyl alcohol (as suggested) and marking out the placement then affixing the button/screw combination supplied. We also were making sure not to “over screw” the self-tapping screws supplied and found it a breeze!
Several images follow denoting these steps:
After buttons were done, we waited a few days as the rains came and we chose to pick a couple days of good weather to do the skirt itself.
On the side of the trailer we have two mats that were perfect to roll out the sheeting product to measure out the cuts. We started with the front face as this was the “funkiest” cut we would need to do for the storage compartment. At this stage we were not all that worried about “final fit and finish” as we wanted to get all the appropriate pieces cut and on, then deal with the corner and bottom “tuck’s”.
The first day we did approximately 90% of the trailer in about three hours… taking our own sweet time. I must say (as a tip) pressing the spiked button’s on was quite easy but I would recommend using a pair of pliers to push the spike on as it is a tight fit! Also, when pushing the buttons on the spike use the same pliers to seat them properly… makes it a breeze! Two people is recommended by us as levelling and pulling the material taught is important for a good fit.
Day one complete.. and an immediate difference! I personally noticed my feet were no longer “chilly” in my slippers walking on the floor inside the trailer. This was an initial reaction and not sure if factual but we still had to do the “rear” section around bumper/bikes to fully skirt/kilt the unit.
Day two.. we used some scrap offcut material from the front to create a “U” shaped piece to fully enclose the hitch at the back of the unit (from top down) and then measured center of the final piece to cut a notch out to “marry” with the previously installed upper “U” shape. The result was a seamless, fully enclosed skirt surrounding the square hitch sticking out of the back of the unit… rather painless if you take the time to measure correctly.
This is the “pre-final” install around the hitch at the back of the unit, I didn’t have to remove the bikes from the rack either… Yeah!
Final stretch, second day was the Velcro and tucking. That task was expertly done by Charlie and after about 3 hours we were pretty much done that day.
Not 100% done as of yet. A few aesthetic tweaks we would like to do but all in all a relatively easy project that will serve us well over time. Regardless of heat or cold, a highly recommended procedure for all!
A few side notes here:
We ended up cutting a small slit in the skirting to pass the water line through. This does double duty, not only does it keep the water line above ground but minimizes the amount of exposed line in the really cold days.
The Velcro supplied works really well for around the corners thus ensuring a tight seal around entire unit.
The skirting material itself… we found this can be used for a myriad of other uses as well. With spare material we ended up covering an outside table (now waterproof).
We may also use some to line drawers inside the unit as well, have not gone there yet. LOL!
Highly recommend this product especially with the support from the company at the beginning (sorting out actual needs) to the shipping challenges (no fixed address). We were able to procure, plan, install and tweak within 12 hours (over four days due to weather). We even have spare material and buttons should anything go awry!
Thank you all & very sincerely,
Ryan and Charlie Campbell
Happy Feet RV’ers in B.C. Canada
EZ Snap® Team - Awesome installation Ryan and Charlie! Thanks for sharing your tips, instructions and photos.
The kit was easy and as advertised. Our camper is winterized and doing well in harsh Colorado winter conditions thanks to EZ Snap!
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive review. Nice to hear EZ Snap is keeping your RV warmer in Colorado.
Our skirting is absolutely awesome.
We are work-campers in a campground in Oklahoma.
As soon as we put ours up, another camper ordered from EZ-SNAP.
This should last us for years and we truly appreciate having found you.
Maximum Kudos from us.
Mimi Little Eagle
EZ Snap® Team - Nice to hear that EZ Snap Skirting is working well for you. Thanks for letting us know Mimi.
Man where do I start... was using foam board trying to ‘save money’ and boy was that a mistake!
Bought my EZ Snap skirting. Installed in under 5 hours and that was the best decision I’ve made in years.
No more frozen pipes and my trailer looks amazing with the grey skirting!
Thanks EZ Snap!
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive review Robert.
I am happy to send my review of the EZ Snap RV Skirting I purchased and used on my RV. I have a 32 foot Motorhome with 1 slideout. I purchased skirting from your company about a month ago.
It was so easy to work with and very good quality. My brother helped me a little but I was able to do it mostly by myself. I used the adhesive fasteners. Not only do they hold extremely well, they look very nice also, even when the skirting is off.
I did have a little difficulty pushing the pin on and also the outer button but my brother gave me a tool to use, a “nut driver” which made it so easy to push and snap them into place.
I easily cut around the doorways and vents. Used Velcro that was supplied to join pieces. Everything looks professionally done.
The material for the skirting is of excellent quality... I applied PVC pipe and clamps on the bottom edge and it just looks so nice.
I am very very pleased with this product and have recommended it on the RV site online that I’m a member of.
The only thing I would change is to add a tool like the one I used to snap pieces on.
Thank you EZ Snap!
Melissa Weyant, Hagerstown
EZ Snap® Team - Thank you Melissa! Looking great.
What a great purchase.
I set up my trailer late in the fall and was running out of time to get some skirting on it before the Michigan winter hit.
The materials were promptly delivered and the next weekend I installed the EZ Snap.
Fast, easy and looks good.
A few mornings later it got down to 4° F. Nothing froze on the trailer. Money well spent.
EZ Snap® Team - Good to hear... thanks Jeff.
I ordered the screw on snaps because I installed them in the cold, but they installed easily with a power drill.
For my RV, there was one location under the slide out that the stick on fasteners would not have worked.
The EZ Snap system is very easy to install and adapt and I am really glad I chose this way to skirt.
Dr. Lynn L. Adams
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your feedback Dr. Lynn.
We found EZsnap skirting online, and watched their videos and were very interested. So we called customer service, and they couldn’t have been more helpful.
They took their time, explained how the product worked, how it was to be installed, how to measure the RV. Despite our many questions they were very patient with us.
We ordered the EZ Snap skirting, followed their instructions, and it installed exactly like they said.
It helps keep the RV warm and looks good too.
James and Paula,
EZ Snap® Team - Glad to help... thanks for your review and photos James & Paula.
The EZ snap skirting was easy to install with only a few minor hiccups mostly on our part. We love it and it seems to be doing a great job. It looks and works well. Would recommend it to others. It has helped with keeping the underbelly warmer which is great.
We tried folding the skirting with the pvc pipe (with the purchased clips) underneath with bricks as shown on the video, but could not seem to figure out how to do this easily so rolled it out and did the same.
It works okay but needed more than bricks on each corner in the winds we have had lately and of course it catches rain and snow on the flipped out edge. Not perfect but working well.
The video made it all seem easy, however, it did not go into detail on how to place the pipe and bricks underneath the RV. Would love to hear from you if you have farther tips on how to install the pvc pipe and bricks and flip it under successfully. I searched through all the comments on your page but didn't find any help.
Also when removing it, the removal tool (which did not look like the one shown on the site with the notch on the end) began to bend & twist and then the plastic handle broke in two. We carefully used a flat head screw driver to remove the rest.
When we arrived at the new destination, it took only a few minutes to reinstall the skirting which was wonderful.
Will need to order another removal tool and a few more snap sets. The stick on ones are working well, but even though I calculated what I thought would be enough, we came up a few short because we elected to put them closer together to help in the strong winds.
The company included an upgrade with screws and we have used them in places to insure the anchors hold. Thanks for this.
I didn't feel the video explained how to fit the skirting around things such as steps and the hitch on a travel trailer so that the wind did not get through. I looked at all the reviews and tips but still feel that a video showing these things would be most helpful.
Overall the product is great and looks good despite our personal mess ups here and there. Would purchase it again. Thanks for the upgrades. You have a great product.
Walt & Dar
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your review and suggestions Walt & Dar. We are working on a new installation video and will feature more details on the installation around stairs and pipe frame techniques, as suggested.
Easy to install, only wish instructions mentioned best way to set up for windy areas. After figuring it out they have worked great.
We have seen 6 degrees already, and it has helped a lot with keeping us warm.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks Larry. Great to know EZ Snap is keeping you warmer.
We love our new ez snap RV skirting, we also like the fact that we don’t have to drill holes into the fibreglass, we’ve chosen the 3M adhesive studs.
It is for sure an investment, it’s been many years that we have lived full time (10 years & counting) in our motorhome in different part of the country during winter times.
We love the fact how easy it is to put the whole skirt together and how it easy it is to snap on or off for transport.
The vinyl doesn’t fray and very easy to work with. We have used few Velcro’s in doors we accessed often during winter times works as described.
Amazing RV skirting system for sure. Would recommend it to everyone. Happy winter RVing.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your review and photos Sheila. We are happy to hear that EZ Snap is working well for your full time RV lifestyle.
I want to leave a review about the RV skirting I purchased recently.
I am very pleased with the quality and ease of installation. I had a little help from my brother but was pretty much able to do my 32 foot Motorhome by myself.
It looks wonderful. I will recommend this product to all of my RV friends.
One suggestion I could make: I found the pins difficult to push on, my fingers were getting sore. My brother suggested using a “nut driver” tool which fit perfectly over the pin and snapped them into place perfectly. I also used this tool to push my skirting onto the pin. Perhaps include this type of tool in your kits.
I love the skirting and am so pleased I bought it. Thank you EZ Snap.
EZ Snap® Team - Great review Melissa... thank you.
After installing a few weeks and having it snow, sleet, rain, below freezing weather and wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour we have had no issues.
We noticed the floors are warmer to walk on and it definitely is warmer underneath the trailer and we are expecting to cut our propane usage even more after installing.
After reading and watching the video several times, I decided to use two people and myself to help me skirt the 40’ travel trailer knowing the weather was going to turn on us pretty soon.
We installed it as one piece wrapping the trailer and three slide outs. It took us about 3 hours getting all the push pins placed on trailer and completing the skirting.
Some learnings: after awhile your fingers tire out pushing the fabric onto the 3M Fastener pin so we found a pen (removed the ink cartridge) and used that to push fabric on the 3M Fasteners pin (worked great!).
As for the bottom that I tucked under the trailer, I decided to buy water tube bags of various sizes as weights to keep the skirting from blowing and moving. I thought this would be easier when I put them away for the summer or moving the trailer as it wouldn’t take up much room (1’ X 1’ box) total.
Using the kit was easy except for around the trailer hitch ( just takes a little thought and patience) but it can be done.
It is a wonderful product and I would definitely recommend it to others who need to winterize their trailer.
EZ Snap® Team - Nice to hear EZ Snap is working to help keep your RV warm this winter.
EZ Snaps are just that. They were easy to install for skirting on my RV.
After several wind storms where they were tested vigorously, everything is still tight and no damage was suffered.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your feedback Dave.
My husband and I heard about the EZ Snap skirting from a co-worker who had researched skirting options. We checked online and found the process to order to be an easy one.
Shipping was fast, the product was exactly as advertised, the box it arrived in was neat and compact, all parts were there as promised.
We spent a few hours reading the instructions, viewing videos on how to best apply, and actually doing the work to get the skirting to fit our 38' camper.
Application was actually not hard. We had to measure, apply the snaps, and route it to benefit our own needs.
Cutting it to fit was easy, working around the different angles and obstacles took a little patience. It is time consuming, as is expected--this is no small job and no small camper. But giving a few hours to a project of this importance is well worth the effort.
We did buy extra velcro to suit ourselves as well as applying a few extra snaps here and there. In our opinion, because of the wind and weather the skirting will be subjected to, it made us feel better to apply a little extra here and there.
We use our camper often and travel to many environments, so the skirting will be put to harsh testing; and we prefer to be as prepared as possible.
Because of the length we needed from the overlapping cuts we made, we had to use a little more material than was recommended. However, since there is a generous amount in top-to-bottom width, we were able to make a flap for the sewage hose out of what we cut off the bottom, which was perfect for our needs.
We cut it in more places so it would be easier to put back on and fold for storage. We won't always be together so one person will be left to apply and remove it alone. Long sections are bulky to handle, especially if the weather is less than desirable.
One unexpected challenge was applying the velcro to the sections that we cut to close the gaps. I had to crawl under the camper to run my hand along the inside while my husband ran his hand along the outside to get the glue pressed to the material well. But, again, it was no big deal for us. I only state this for others to be aware.
My husband has since taken the camper for a place to stay while he works out-of-state. He said it wasn't bad at all to get it set up again by himself.
All said and done, we were happy with the ease of customizing the material to fit, happy with the ease of applying the snaps as well as the ease of storing the skirting in the breeze-way.
Richard and Shawnee
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive review and photo Richard & Shawnee.
I am very pleased with your product. It took my wife and me approx. two days to complete the project. Finished it yesterday. Having two people makes the project go much faster.
One of the reasons I chose your product was the stick on snaps. I did not want to put holes in my RV. They worked great.
Prep work… marking where you want your snaps and skirting put on really helps. I did this first… marked and measured… and rechecked.
I purchased the skirting in addition to the front zippered cover for my 5th wheel.
To secure the bottom of my skirting I purchased PVC piping, rolled the skirting around it and attached the plastic clamps to keep it secure… tucked it under the RV… I then put smaller cement blocks on the inside... out of sight… to hold the fabric down.
This should keep RV warmer underneath and not have skirting edges whipping around.
We noticed it was warmer right away.
EZ snap sent ample accessories to complete my project...and these accessories really made a BIG difference.
I feel we are going to be very happy with your product…
Ron & Linda
EZ Snap® Team - Nice work Ron & Linda! Thanks for sending your review and photo.
The installation video was well put together as far as a flat surface with no wind and things went pretty smoothly. Mine on the other hand, not so much.
I figured it was pretty simple, so I started by attaching all the adhesive bases along the straight trim lines of my 5th wheel but didn’t realize that they had a height difference along the way. I was proud that they were all placed uniformly and figured it should be easy to unroll the material and just puncture/button as I go, but I didn’t realize that the Velcro’d seems would line up right on a corner where I’d never be able to access under the camper.
Cornering was another issue, but I still managed to not have a gap in the material. I was almost done and the back was the last part to canvas, and again, I failed to plan out the square tubing bumper that I’d need to drape the material over (which took another 6” of extra material to cover) and have enough slack to attach to the pvc frame.
Once it was all hung, I found out I needed to cut down some of the pvc framing because it would bow out. At one point, I was frustrated enough to scrap the whole fit and start over, but I don’t have that kind of money.
I guess my advice would be to attach the adhesives as low as possible, lay out the material to find out where the seems will end up, be aware of height differences, and use the pvc inserts without glue or threaded connections so you can cut it to fit where needed.
Also, order and install the system before it gets cold and windy.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your tips, advice, and photos Eric. Your finished installation looks great.
I recently purchased an EZ Snap system for my 42 foot Redwood 5th wheeler.
The system is well designed and vinyl skirt and snap are quality components.
The installation was simple for me to do even without help. I installed the snap base to the length of the unit then installed the vinyl.
It would be easier for two people to install the vinyl. To do it myself I just temporarily inserted the vinyl over a snap about 4 feet further down to support and hold up the vinyl while I returned to the last snap I permanently mounted the vinyl to.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks Tom... we appreciate your feedback.
The RV skirting came packaged well, and arrived in a timely manner.
The instructions were easy to follow and the installation went smoothly.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for the positive review Kaleigh.
I ordered the EZ Snap to ease the propane bill for the Winter. My pipes froze a bit last Winter and I need security.
My husband passed last year and he used to do all the maintenance on our home, so I needed something I could do on my own. The ease of taking it on and off by myself is a real plus!
I live in my 5th wheel full time now.
This week the temperature got down to 14 degrees and no frozen pipes! I opted for the gooseneck covering also.
We had 60 mph winds yesterday and a few snaps came undone but I was so happy it all stayed in place and they sent extra snaps just in case.
The case it comes with is super handy and it all looks really nice too!
EZ Snap® Team - Nice work Tina. Thanks for your review and photo!
Fairly simple install in 2 hours used 6 inch spacing and 1/2 3m fasteners and 1/2 screw in type and 3/4 inch pvc frame.
Skirt alone keeps the undercarriage 15-20 degrees warmer at 33* under trailer showing 45-48 so far.
Does the job. I’d recommend extra caps because they do pop off even if they are set correctly.
For the money I’d recommend.
EZ Snap® Team - Thank you for the recommendation.
We put skirting on our 2006 Fleetwood motorhome with easy snaps!
Very easy to use. Didn’t finish in that day, that night had wind gusts at 40 mph and skirting that was attached was still on and no snaps came off!
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your review Kathy!
We can really tell we have it.
Sure has made a difference in the cold. Our floor is not cold anymore.
We love it thanks.
EZ Snap® Team - Great news... thanks for letting us know.
It went up very easy and makes a world of difference in the heating and cooling of my trailer.
I am a satisfied customer.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive review Lois.
In the process of looking into skirting my 30 foot bumper pull RV the options were limited. I found that EZ Snap had a web site that offered the options for attaching the vinyl to include instructional video.
The color I chose from the four options was grey because it was a better match. The tool for choosing footage was also helpful in helping plan how much it would require for overlap at seams.
I used screws to fasten my skirting, along with Velcro to seal up the 2 seams and access points for drain valves.
The install took me about 6 hours total to install the fasteners, hang the skirting, and finish the base with 3/4" pvc using the press on clips.
After a high wind experience that moved things around a little I have placed tube sandbags along the edges about 10 feet apart and noticed this seemed to solve the issue when the next windy day occurred which happens occasionally here in Northern Colorado.
The vinyl seems to be holding up so far and the fasteners are easy to detach with the EZ snap tool that is included then reattached also.
I would recommend this for anyone who wants to save on installation cost and save several hundred dollars.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your recommendation Ronnie.
My wife and I normally escape from CO to the warmer climes of AZ for the winter, but this year, due to the fact that we're building a house, we decided to purchase the EZ Snap system for our 5th Wheel RV.
I was very skeptical --we've never tried to endure a Colorado winter in an RV and we were very concerned about freezing pipes and a generally chilly feeling all winter long.
I heard about EZ Snap via a YouTube video and while interested, I still had reservations about leaving the delicate construction of a 5th wheel to some vinyl underpinning. We bought the material back in the summer and secretly I hoped we'd find a killer of a deal on a place in AZ in the meantime.
Wrapping this rig seemed like a long, hard job to me (with a bad back to boot!). Since no miracle lot in AZ opened up in our price range, I bit the bullet and started the installation last week. I followed the directions exactly and since we have such high winds here at 7,000 feet, I decided to place the studs 5" apart. Surprisingly, it only took me a couple of hours to affix all of the studs and then create a framework of 3/4" PVC around the base.
A few days later when we knew the wind was calm, we began the vinyl wrapping. Had we not wanted to add a couple of small heaters, extra insulation underneath on the water side and bricks to the base, we could have been done in about three hours! Even with the extra work, we finished up in one afternoon and were very happy with the results. It looked and felt solid.
Then the wind came up! We often have wind gusts of up to 40 mph and it was one of those days! After the storm passed, I inspected the underpinning and only found that the bricks I used were not heavy enough and I replaced them with concrete blocks. The vinyl material, however, had no signs of tearing and no studs pulled loose (we used the adhesive studs).
Then the COLD arrived last night. Colorado often has early season cold snaps followed by mild temps for a few weeks. Last night we got down to 17 degrees F and we wondered how the temp would be different underneath. Before, it was just open, so 17 outside would have meant 17 underneath. With the EZ Snap product, however, the temp never dropped below 40 degrees with the 2 little heaters running underneath. That's pretty impressive since we have a 43' 5th wheel --that's a lot of space to keep warm!
In short, unless we have issues with wind now that we have concrete blocks installed, I think we might just survive this cold, Colorado winter.
EZ Snap® Team - Lewis, thanks for the detailed review. We are happy that EZ Snap is keeping you warm in Colorado.
EZ-Snap was an easy and efficient way to do the skirting on my fifth wheel.
Measurements I provided to EZ-Snap were professionally delivered in correct height and length, so that I could do a job that looked like it was a factory installation.
I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking to skirt their RV.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your recommendation Kurt.
At first I'll admit I was sceptical. Plastic snaps, 3M sticky pads. All to hold on fabric through blustery winds and cold weather.
But, I am impressed!
Easy to install. I put my snaps every 3" on runs and 2" on corners. It's been great!
We've had 50+ mph winds and 30 degree temps. No issues!
I did put 1/2" rebar inside my piping for added weight, the pipe/ fabric clamps are a great life saver!
My 5th wheel is 45' long with 3 slides.
Your website is a bit busy, but I made it through the order process flawlessly! I got exactly what I ordered! Awesome!!!
Thanks again EZ Snap for a great DIY product! I looked for months to find something, glad I found you guys!
Definitely Worth Every Penny!
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for positive review Brett. Glad to hear EZ Snap is keeping your RV warm in Idaho!
...the EZ Snap skirting last year worked well. Really cut the propane use.
Only issue I had was the mistake of trimming the 5th wheel enclosure part.
But you’ll be proud to know it survived the bomb cyclone we had here in Colorado Springs last winter.
Customer for life,
EZ Snap® Team - Great feedback Rob, thank you.
When I first started looking into the options to skirt our trailer, I was a bit overwhelmed. A lot of choices!
At 67 I'm not quite as limber as I used to be and my husband (with 2 hips and a knee replacement) is more limited that I am.
The cost of having skirting put in by someone else was way more than we could afford.
So I was pleased when I ran across the EZSnap website, and even more pleased as I read reviews, watched the do-it-yourself videos and started comparing costs and labor involved with the different options.
When I decided to place an order the website made it easy to calculate exactly what I needed.
It was half the cost of having a company do it for me and the order arrived in about 5 days.
While I waited I planned & sketched my steps to do the skirting.
It took 4 days of about 3 hours a day to do the work and because I followed the advice on the website and let the adhesive snaps set for 3 days for the maximum adhesive strength, the total project took 7 days. I know younger, healthier persons could do it much faster plus I'm a bit of a perfectionist with any project I do, which also adds time for me.
We are very pleased with the results. The vinyl was easy to attach, hangs nicely and really makes the trailer look nice!
The PVC piping and clamps makes it easy to carefully lift the skirting anywhere for access, (even though I did plan for access at each corner and in front of the water valves).
We may be doing some winter camping this year and believe the skirting will make a big difference in the temperature.
I definitely recommend EZ Snap!
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for the great review and photos Linda!
Dear EZ Snap
I like to send my thank you for a product that has been designed to accomplish a great number of things:
1) most skirting consists of framing insulation and plywood becomes ugly in one season.
2) they never stay in place, you're always fixing resetting their fit.
Your product has simplified the whole skirting idea in a clean visually appealing material that is color matched with state of the art fasteners that ease the installation and the removal during the summer months. I am quite pleased with our purchase and very thankful.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your feedback Sean.
Overall I am very happy with my EZ Snap RV skirting purchase.
I used the screw on snap bases, and that part was nerve wracking (putting holes in my RV was scary!) but easy enough.
Popping the vinyl into the studs was a bit tricky to get the hang of getting the tension just right, definitely start on the back side!
All in all, I'm happy with my purchase, and I think it is going to do its job of stopping the wind from blowing under the trailer and leaching the heat out.
EZ Snap® Team - Glad to hear you are happy Desirae. Thanks for your review and photo.
Thank you for your help. I went with Flat head Stainless steel Size#6x5/8 they worked perfectly.
We installed a front skirting on a 5th wheeler first with 2x4 at bottom for frame to secure to. It turned out great. Next will be doing my 35ft. travel trailer...
I love the snaps. They are a great product!
... Our workers bailed so a 78 year old and 63 year old woman did it. That is how easy your product made it for us...
I reside in my trailer so it has several layers of panel insulation and silver wrap underside. I stay warm in the winter even though we had 4 feet snow piled around the trailer...
The snaps lasted and held good after I screwed them in. It also looks better with them so nicely placed the vinyl hangs better and great for putting tiny wire string lights on for accent at night.
I am sure that I will have a chance to purchase again in the future as I live in a RV resort so many people skirt the rigs for extended living. Thank you for your service.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for the update Velda.
I used the ez snap skirting and was very happy.
The corners are the hardest. If you go on a flat surface its very easy.
Makes my trailer look great! As i said before i would buy it again.
EZ Snap® Team - Looking great... thanks for your positive review.
I live in Idaho so I had to get ready for the long winter! It has worked out very well for me!
Thank you EZ SNAP for a great product!
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive feedback and photo Mr. Ball.
I absolutely love my skirting!
My son and I were able to install it in one afternoon and my family loves the results!
We bought a brand new 42 foot 5th wheel a few months ago and our biggest complaint was the lack of insulation, even though the underside is sealed.
After installing the EZ Snap skirting, we are much happier living in our RV during the winter because the heat stays inside whereas before the skirting, the wind would blow under the trailer and take all of the heat with it.
We purchased the kit and the optional 5th wheel cover, to enclose the front section, and it really completes the package. If you elect to use the adhesive snaps, be sure to completely prep the surface before installing to get the best results.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your order... and sending photos Robert!
Thank you for sending my EZ Snap as you promised.
I am a retired widower so my son in law installed the EZ Snap by himself on my 44ft Cyclone Toyhauler.
He only cut it twice, then installed it with 2 long pieces. I have 2 sewer dump lines and he cut those out and made flaps for them.
It took him all day, by himself, but he got it done.
I live in New Mexico and it does get down to the 20’s at night in the winter. He just installed it in November and it keeps my RV 8-10 degrees warmer.
I am very pleased with your product and so is my son in law.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks Carole... happy to hear EZ Snap is keeping you warmer in New Mexico!
Overall, I was extremely pleased with the EZ Snap product.
I would not say it was easy and quick to do, but most things that are worth it are not! The product is very easy to work with and to be done right must not be rushed. It was definitely a 2 person project.
We wrapped the bottom of my 24 by 10 tiny house on wheels. The added challenge was that it is on a slight slope. One end is about 12" off the ground and the other end about 30" off the ground.
The plan was to attach the skirting to the trailer but we quickly realized that was not practical so we ended up placing the snaps on the siding, not my first choice. We decided to start at a corner. The wheel wells were actually not an issue and covered easily, a major reason we could not attach to the trailer.
It was a challenge around the heated hose, the heat pump mount, and making sure the instant water heater gas vent was easy to keep clear, as well as the water outtake. Because they are close to each other, we were able to Velcro ( what a great tool) a seam so that it can be unsnapped when house in use.
Last real challenge was the lower end and getting [around] the trailer hitch where the propane platform is mounted on the hitch. This of course has to be accessible.
Well we did it! Am I going to unsnap to remove during the summer season? I doubt it. Will probably just unsnap some small sections for air flow.
All in all it was a well spent 8 hours. I'm anxious to see the winter goes.
Thanks so much for a great product!
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your tiny house skirting review and photo. Nice work Judy!
To the EZ snap team,
First time living in my camper over the winter. Not going to lie I was quite nervous for freezing pipes, cold drafts, and an uncomfortable camper to live in.
I order the skirting kit for my camper within 2 hours I had it all up and my camper is draft-less, I’ve had zero issues with freezing, and the most important thing is, I’m comfortable.
Thank you to you guys for providing a product that allows me to live in my camper year round!
EZ Snap® Team - 2 hour installation is one of that fastest we've heard about. Thanks for letting us know Nathan.
The kit and additional accessories arrived in great condition and quickly. The kit was installed on a 27 foot pull trailer.
As others have indicated, you have to plan ahead on the installation and as always measure twice and cut once. After formulating a plan, installation took only a few hours.
The skirting was used on two hunting trips where the night temps were in the teens. The installation once at our camp site went fairly quickly for both trips.
It was very obvious the ability of the skirting to help with the inside temperatures of the trailer...
Overall, I am very happy with the skirting.
I had questions from a few other hunters as to where I got the skirting, so hopefully you will get a few more buyers.
EZ Snap® Team - We are happy to hear that your EZ Snap Skirting is working well for you.
EZ snap arrived in one box with great instructions.
We were able to secure all the snaps and let them cure for a few days before tackling the skirting.
My only caution is to people who have arthritis. It is pretty hard to secure the snaps.
To remove the skirting is pretty easy for travel. The snap removal tool broke while removing the second snap, but a butter knife works great!
The skirting looks good and works at keeping your rig warmer.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for sending your review.
I have 38' 5TH wheel I received my EZ snap in good condition, Went to EZ snap site and watched installation video and 8 hours later I was done.
EZ snap went on the RV rather simple just make sure to give it some pre thought.
I would recommend EZ snap to anybody skirting their RV.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your review and photos. Very nice installation!
We really have put our EZ Snap Skirting to use.
It was easy to install and we used the adhesive tabs.
We have since had to screw on a few of them because we put blocks underneath and I think we put them too tight and it pulled too much on the tabs, but it has so far held very well.
The Velcro doesn’t stick great but we started when it was rather cold out so I think that was a problem also.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your review. As you have learned, it is important not to place heavy weights on the bottom of your Skirting (since it will pull the 3M Adhesive off). We recommend using a 3/4" plastic pipe frame with weights placed in behind for best results. Installation temps for 3M and Velcro are MIN 60 F for a few days and nights.
...the skirt is fabulous.
Easy to make.
Looks like we had it made professionally.
We are extremely happy with it.
It did not take long to do.
Material is high quality and durable.
Mr. & Mrs. Aube
EZ Snap® Team - Glad to hear you are happy with your EZ Snap RV Skirting.
These work great. We live in a very windy region & they continue to perform very well.
~ S. Wolf
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive review.
I used the skirting on a 30' travel trailer following the directions, along with the helpful hints. It was installed in what we call the high desert in Eastern WA.
I installed the PVC frame and added 3 cross braces. After the complete installation I added concrete blocks on all the corners including the pop out.
2 days later we had gusts of 40 mph and it held up...
I believe it increased the inside temperature of the trailer about 10 degrees or so. I am pleased so far. See what happens through the winter.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for sending us your review.
Greetings EZ Snap!
First and foremost I want to tell you, GREAT WORK in designing an awesome RV skirting system!
I live in Wyoming and have for many years. Up until recently I was traveling all over the US working as a traveling Flight Paramedic. I got tired of being away from home and decided to change jobs to a paramedic job closer to home. I now work as a paramedic here for a County Emergency Medical Services, but it’s still two hours from my house. When I got the job my wife and I decided that I would need to get a new camper of some sort, to stay in, when I am in between my 24 hour ambulance shifts. We traded in our small 18’ travel trailer toy hauler and bought a used 40’ fifth wheel toy hauler.
This all went down over the summer and I really hadn’t thought about skirting.... that was until one night in September when the temperature dropped down into the 30’s! That night I really started thinking “this is gonna get BAD”! So I started looking around immediately for a skirting solution.
After a ton of research and some extremely scary pricing, I found your product. Initially I thought it wouldn’t be worth it, as there would be no way it could hold up to our winds and cold temperatures! I then did a ton of research and started to realize that not only would it work, but it also wouldn’t break the bank.
I sized out my RV on your website and ordered everything I needed. I also ordered the optional fifth wheel skirting kit with the trailer skirting.
I was really looking forward to getting it and installing it, because winter weather was coming! So when I got it delivered I was stoked!
Delivery was really fast and it only took like 5 days for me to get it. I followed the video instructions and installed all of the hardware first. I ordered the snaps with the adhesive and the screws, because I figured they would be the best for our insane winds here in Wyoming. This turned out to be the case, but I’ll go into that more in a minute. I was only able to get the hardware installed when I had a day off work, so I had to wait a day to install the trailer skirting.
On the day that I installed the trailer skirting it was a beautiful day with no wind. I got the the skirting sized and installed, however I didn’t have time to install the pvc pipes and pipe clamp system. I thought this wouldn’t be a big problem, because I was gonna finish it up two days later when I was off work. However.... not so much luck.
The day after I installed the skirting and was sitting at work, a sting cold front pushed through and the winds picked up to 70+ mph. I figured I was in big trouble. I figured this stuff had no chance of being attached still, because without the pipe system it would be flapping so bad that it break the pins. But there was nothing I could do but hope because I can’t leave work and leave an ambulance uncovered.
When I got back to the trailer I was floored! Only a very small section had come loose and as it turned out, it wasn’t the pins or snaps that broke but I fact a few caps had come loose. This allowed the material to come off of those pins in the wind. I don’t however believe this to be the fault of the product, I actually think I didn’t have the pins in the caps all the way. I reinstalled the ones that were missing and secured everything with the pipe and pipe clamp system it’s cement blocks behind it.
Now the thing is totally skirted in and with a small electric heater underneath the trailer running on low, the ambient temperature under the trailer is normally at least 30 degrees warmer than the outside temperature! I also use about a quarter the amount of propane every two weeks that I was using before. The trailer stays way warmer than it did before and there’s no drafts from the undercarriage!
I highly recommend the product to anyone looking for skirting that you can install yourself! It looks great, works great and is easy to install. Just make sure you don’t do what I did. If your gonna start the install , FINISH THE INSTALL. That way you don’t have to do things twice.
Thanks for the great product, that works excellently and as advertised! Bring on winter!
Jeremy Lemaster BS NRP FP-C TEMT-P
Critical Care Paramedic
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for feedback Jeremy.
This is a great product. I received my order very fast. EZ Snap fasteners are amazing.
I did not want to drill holes in my brand new camper so this was a game changer.
I followed the direction to the letter and had a flawless installation. Two people to install is a must; my son kept tension on the vinyl and aligned with our mark while I pushed it onto the studs.
They also included a vinyl trim tool with the kit that made trimming excess much easier than using a razor blade. I used a razor knife to ‘flare’ the bottom so it would fold under on the corners properly and the vinyl was difficult to cut which told me it is very durable, high quality material.
We built a frame with 3/4” PVC around the bottom and used the pipe clamps to secure it and it makes for a very clean, professional looking finished product.
I will recommend this kit to everyone!
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive review Mr. McKillip.
Our EZ Snap skirt arrived undamaged, no missing parts/pieces and on time.
The steps were very simple explained, the steps easy to follow, and the installation easy to complete. This was done with a two person team (my wife and I).
The total time was approximately 6-8 hours. We installed the skirt in the great state of Washington, just toward the end of the summer season.
The skirt has now been up for just a little less than a month, has been holding up well, and doing what it was designed to do.
Proud EZ Snap Owner,
EZ Snap® Team - Great feedback, thanks Derrick.
I am happy overall with the final result. I did paint my clips black so they matched. Everything else you can get different colors except the pipe clamps.
However it did take longer than advertised due to the amount of preplanning that you need to do in order to install correctly. The actual install only took a few hours but figuring out how to go around steps, bumpers, tongues and slide outside takes a while. Also pre plan where the snaps are going and where you want to double up for overlap and cut outs.
If you want to put your snaps closer together then the 10" max you will probably need to order more with your initial purchase... we have a lot of wind so I wanted them every 8".
EZ Snap® Team - Thank you Mr. Rusk for your review and photos. Very nice installation.
The folks at EZ snap were wonderful. They took great care of me and I received the exact kit I needed plus more. I couldn't have asked for a better transaction.
I'm looking forward to the winter to see the difference in my heating cost. For the last 2 years I've just about frozen to death in 20 degree weather for weeks on end.
All reviews told me it was good for negative 40 degrees so I'm hoping for the best.
The product quality was good and the ease of installing was pretty good. All of the agents were very good to lead me into the right direction of what I needed.
EZ Snap® Team - Happy to help. Thank you for your review Debra.
Thanks again for the wonderful product. Absolutely great quality and easy instructions... Would definitely recommend your product and next spring will be ordering your window shades.
EZ Snap® Team - You're welcome... thanks for your positive review.
Let me start by saying that this company was extremely happy to help me with this project. I ordered my skirting too short and they sent me an extension piece. It was my fault and they sent it only asking for the shipping cost. I bought some double sided tape, that’s made for vinyl, and taped it together. To save this step, I recommend measuring correctly before you order. 😉
Now, if you follow the video that’s on their website, you’ll be just fine doing this. My son and I did mine. I have a little arthritis so I used pliers to put the pins on. The rest was fairly easy.
I’m very happy with this skirting!
I spent approximately, $840 on the whole project. That’s including the pvc pipe. If you have a skirting company come and do this for you, it will cost upwards of $2300 or more!
We’re not professionals, but I think it’s just fine.
Thank you, EZ SNAP for your product and your support.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for sending us your review and photos Tamara. Nice installation!
... Looks very nice after skirt was in place and my brother spent some extra time cutting and hanging the skirt around the stairs.
I live in trailer full time.
EZ Snap® Team - Great feedback, thank you Judy.
The EZ Snap skirting is looking awesome...
The guys were great and full of information on how to have a successful install. Super helpful.
Well a few weeks later I got to installing the studs to the trailer. I elected to use the adhesive type and had a warm day to install. All went well. I left the them to cure for a week or so. I was given the info that if you can leave the studs to cure for at least 3 days they would have better strength of adhesion. I also used the primer pen on all the locations which increases adhesion.
I got busy so the skirt install didn't happen for a couple more weeks. I watched the video and this sure helped on installing the skirt.
We laid out the material and measured the first section to start with. We elected to do the install in 5 sections plus the fifth wheel section. I have 2 slide outs and they each had one section of the 5. We over lapped the sections so as to not have any open joins. This was a good plan and will only need short pieces of velcro to hold the sections together.
The biggest question was to how to go around the stairs as I have 4 steps added out of wood as I am not using the trailer stairs. Well with some thought and slow cutting we figured how to do it within a section and not have to piece meal in pieces.
Last but not least, we did the fifth wheel section and this went very fast even with placing the door having been sewn into the section. We moved the skirt around a bit to get the right placement so it was fully accessible.
Thank you to EZ Snap for the kit and their help. Very happy with the result and the look.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks Nick!
We are new to the EZ Snap family and excited to have finally found the product we have been needing!
The two of us did the install in one day, which was made interesting by a quilter's measuring methods and a Highway tech's design haha! Measuring tape to t-square, and a lot of "eye-balling" to level the line made for some entertainment for the passers by, curious what we were up to.
They shared their stories of ice cold RV's with frozen gel foam mattresses to frozen water pipes and we told our memories of -4 camps with wind and snow far from any civilization, trying to keep thawed and warm. That camp spurred our motivation to keep saving up for what we knew we needed.
Each phone call and email to staff at EZ Snap was so helpful and the advice well taken. Certainly made the job go smoother!
While we have just installed our skirting and will not use it until October, we are convinced we will have the coziest camp ever and are really excited to have this addition to our camping adventures - thank you EZ Snap!!
Jack and Laurie Collins
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for sending us your review and photos. Hoping you stay toasty and warm this winter!
The skirting was fairly simple to install. It took my son and husband about 5 hours from snaps to skirting completion. The only issue we had was the snaps kept falling off in the heat, it was about 80 degrees, the ones in the shade stuck though. We had to buy superglue and glue one side back on.
Received the EZ Snap kit and extra snaps as ordered.
While it did come in "2" pieces (as advised it might for the length ordered), it was professionally seamed together with the velcro strips and did not hamper the installation.
The drill in snaps worked perfectly and I am happy with the quality and easy of installation.
Buena Vista, Co
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive review and photo Dennis. Nice installation!
Winter had already set in by the time I could afford the skirting for my 5th wheel trailer, so I went with the screw in snaps instead of the stick on style. Then when it arrived, I got sick before I could install it so it was another couple weeks before I got started. By then it was early January.
Once I got started, the installation went quite smoothly, despite the below freezing temperatures.
Had it been warmer I likely would have had it done in a day, but since I had to keep stopping to warm my hands, it took me 2 days.
The first day I screwed in all the snaps. Then the second day I installed the vinyl skirting.
I did it all by myself. I just unrolled about 10 – 15 feet of skirting at a time and worked on small sections. I cut around obstacles (stairs, awning mounts etc.) as I got to them.
I put snaps underneath each of the compartment doors that got covered, as well as along the top of the skirting, so that I could make a cut along the bottom and sides of each compartment door, creating a flap that I then held down with a couple small strips of Velcro to prevent flapping in the wind. This let me drop the flap down while my tanks were draining, which helped keep the cold out from around the valves and the tanks.
As there was already skirting around the higher fifth wheel section to create a storage area, I used the Velcro strips to attach the new vinyl to the old.
To hold the bottom down, I went with pvc piping from the local hardware store, and the clips from EZ Snap to attach the vinyl to the pipe. As my trailer is 30 ft. long, I included 2 cross pieces for added stability, as well as the cross piece at the front and back.
Where the sewer line connects, I stretched the skirting out over the sewer line to protect it, rather than tucking it under the RV. Then I just used a few cement blocks to hold it from blowing in the wind.
I noticed a big difference, as soon as I was done. It was warmer inside, there was no more cold draft, and the furnace didn’t have to run nearly as often.
All-in-all, I am very happy with my purchase and would gladly recommend EZ Snap to anyone looking for easy to install, affordable RV skirting.
Thank You EZ Snap!
EZ Snap® Team - Nice to know the RV Skirting kept you warmer Bill!
Very simple and easy to install... just needed a cordless driver, pencil, tape measure and a pair of scissors.
I was able to install skirting around my 33 foot RV with 3 slides in under 2 hrs.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your positive review Harvey.
I bought my EZ-Snap skirting in November and here it is March. The entire experience was wonderful. Work, but wonderful...
I have been delighted with my propane bill. I am very warm. The cat likes the skirt too. She guards the underside of my trailer from pests in warmth too.
The EZ-Snap team were helpful and responded to my questions promptly. It took us two days to install the skirt since were started after work. My son, grandson and I installed the snaps one evening and the next day my daughter-in-law, granddaughter and I cut and installed the skirting...
We completed the job just as a major snowstorm blew in.
Thank you EZ-Snap!
EZ Snap® Team - Happy to hear that you are saving on propane, warm, and comfortable.
We received our EZ Snap order without a hitch.
Very impressed with the service and quick delivery on our product.
We will definitely be using you again and will recommend you to our RV community.
Thanks again for your fabulous service.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks Debbie... we appreciate the compliments.
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My newly-wed daughter and my new son in law live in a 5th wheel on our property to save money to buy a house. This is their second NW Montana winter in their 5th wheel and they decided to put up ez-snap vinyl siding. It was easy to install and looks wonderful. Immediately they noticed they were using less propane and their house is staying warmer. The truly amazing part though is that 2 days ago we got hit with a tremendous wind storm boasting up to 90mph winds. Tin ripped off the roof of the house next door, 3 trees fell on the other neighbor's roof, but the vinyl siding survived like a dream. One snap came off and was lost. That's it. We're eager to see how well it helps the rest of the winter!
Thank you for your superior product!
EZ Snap® Team - Thank you for Sharing your wind storm experience Kristen. When the EZ Snap pipe clamps & pipe frame are installed correctly, it makes a big difference to the wind performance.
We knew we would need extra protection for the winter for our new fifth wheel that we parked in Tennessee. My husband did some research and found the EZ Snap camper skirting solution so we ordered it in October.
It only took three days for the order to be processed and shipped out. We were installing the skirting by November 4th, 2017.
We used a large woodworking square to help us measure evenly to place the 3M technology push pin bases. We also found that using a chalk line was helpful, especially when skirting around the front cap.
Our lovely 1.5 year old assistant Evie provided plenty of support, along with surprise supervision from a toad!
The installation was easy and went well, taking about a half day. My husband used the special tool that EZ Snap sent us to slice off some excess skirting in a few places and with the exception of securing the bottom and adding some more custom Velcro and snaps around access doors, we were done!
The first week of 2018 has proven that our EZ Snap skirting has played a crucial part of our survival this winter, considering that we had temperatures under freezing for over a week and did not have any trouble keeping warm nor any frozen pipes!
Thank you EZ Snap!
Emilee M. Hoff
EZ Snap™ Team - Thanks for the great review Emilee!
I am very happy with the product.
It was very easy to install it took less than one day to have all the screw in snaps all installed and skirting hanging.
I have a 42 foot 5th wheel, within a weekend I had all of it completely installed with pipe.
The price point was good and shipping was very fast.
I opted in for the heavy duty sewed in zipper... Its very heavy duty.
Also ordered the Velcro for the seams and it has stuck on and stayed in place through heavy wind and rain storms.
It is a very good product and I would recommend it to anyone who needs RV skirting.
EZ Snap™ Team - Thanks for the great review Ian. Much appreciated.
Great product only took one day to install around 42ft toy-hauler. And looks great also!
EZ Snap™ Team - Thanks Steven!
Very easy to install.
Very surprised at how well it keeps the cold out.
Live in colorado has been hitting single digits at night 7 degrees. Have yet to freeze up.
Very pleased with product.
Cost was low compared to other products.
Glad i found EZ Snap. Would use it again.
EZ Snap® Team - Glad you are keeping warm! Thanks for the review.
Installation of the skirt on our Airstream (Betty) couldn't have been easier.
Cleaning the side of the trailer before attaching the adhesive fasteners took the most time and was my least favorite part of the process. After cleaning it was a straightforward and satisfying process.
I purchased both grey and black fasteners. I used the black for the on the black section of the trailer and grey for silver sections, this way you don't notice the fasteners when the skirt is not attached. I was glad to have this option.
Hanging the skirt for the first time required two people to ensure it is hung straight. This went much more quickly than I expected.
The total time to get all tasks done was around 6 hours. We are very happy with the tidy and professional looking result.
EZ Snap™ Team - Very nice installation. Well done Jeff. Thanks for the Airstream skirting photos.
I ordered the snaps and clips to put on our travel trailer for this winter as our daughter is back home and is living in the trailer. We wanted to add a tarp around the bottom to help during the winter.
I did a lot of research and these were the best ones we found that we could use with our tarp.
They were easy to install and have already proven their adhesion as we had a wind storm come through with 55 mile gusts and everything stayed attached.
I am very pleased with the products to anyone and will definitely order more if needed.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your review.
The skirting is very high quality, it is pretty easy to install in the fall and disassemble in the springtime.
I went with the 3m adhesive studs because i didn't want to put any screw holes in my new 5th wheel...
Also purchased the clips to hold the skirting in place and bought some PVC pipe and created a skeleton around the base of the trailer.
Even with high winds it held up to the winter conditions.
EZ Snap® Team - Thanks for your review Jason.
This is one of the most thought out, engineered, aftermarket equipment, that we have had the pleasure of installing on our RV in our 40 plus years of RVing.
What a GREAT product.
Installation video is EXCELLENT!
EZ Snap™ Team - We appreciate your positive comments.
We live in our 35 foot motorhome. Our home base is a RV park roughly half hour east of San Diego, CA.
Most of the year temperatures are regularly in the 90s or above. During winter months temperatures at night are regularly in range of 30s-50.
We have a large one piece windshield which radiates summer heat inside coach. After installing the sunshade material it dramatically reduced the amount of radiated heat from the windshield and large side windows.
After installing skirting (had use 3 different product sizes) our floor was 15 warmer during winter months. We spent one winter in WA roughly an hour north of Seattle and the skirting really helped on heating costs when temperatures were below freezing.
Heartily recommend the ezsnap products.
Installation is definitely a DIY project as product is purchased in bulk so user MUST plan installation and measure accurately...
EZ Snap™ Team - Thanks for the update John.
Dear EZ Snap Direct team,
I want to tell you how happy I am with my RV skirting. I purchased the product from EZSNAPDirect.com.
The EZ Snap kit included enough extras so I have more fasteners if I ever need to fix an air pocket or correct any area that may need!
I am already warmer in the cold temperatures. I feel the energy savings are already adding up!
The installation was done by myself and thank you for your how to do it videos as they offered many insights. I would recommend EZ Snap to anyone!
Here's a video of the skirting after installation:
EZ Snap™ Team - Thanks for the video Rick! Looking great. Glad you like your new skirting.
I purchased my EZ Snap trailer skirt and was surprised with how easy it was to install it.
Living in Northern Alberta, Canada where winters are very cold, I needed a durable product that could stand up to our tough weather.
Someone recommended ez snap and when I looked at the website I was amazed at the prices as it was less than half of what I would pay to have someone local make a skirt for me.
Ordering and shipping was easy and I received it within the week.
At first I was worried about installing the skirt on my own as I have a very bad shoulder, but applying the snaps was as easy as sticking a sticker and then pushing the pin through the skirt and putting the cap on were very simple and much easier than I ever imagined. EZ Snap provides very clear, easy to follow steps.
I was able to customize the skirt and cut away around my door and outside cupboards and there is no fraying where the skirt is cut.
The skirt and snaps held up through a very cold winter with some severe wind storms and even then no snaps pulled off!
I'm amazed at how well the skirt has insulated my trailer and as soon as it was installed my propane usage for heating was nearly cut in half as no heat was escaping through the floor as it did before.
I recommend EZ Snap to anyone that asks me how to live long term in a travel trailer and would I need anything else I would definitely go through ez snap. Thank you for such an amazing product.
EZ Snap™ Team - Great to hear. Thanks for your review.
Very pleased with this product.
Thank you for following up with a phone call it is nice to do business with a company that cares.
Adding the extra snaps made a huge difference. Five inches much better than ten.
I have had several people comment how nice it looks.
Terry L. Keen CMSP
EZ Snap™ Team - Looking great Terry! Thanks for the photos.
I wanted to write you and thank you again for the fantastic RV skirting. You were a pleasure to work with.
I was able to install the skirting myself in half a day using the adhesive mounts. I found the material to be easy to work with and I had no issues, even though I had no experience installing RV skirting.
I have now spent almost two months in Jackson, Wyoming winter and it's great! We have had the "snowiest" December in 40 years here and thanks to EZ Snap RV skirting I'm cozy and warm in my 38ft class A Motorhome. I have seen temperatures down to -15 Fahrenheit and have not had any issues with freezing.
My neighbors have high end custom skirting that cost triple what I paid through EZ Snap Direct. You guys are awesome! Thanks for helping me survive the Wyoming Winter!
Thanks so much! Bryce
EZ Snap™ Team - Thanks Bryce... nice installation. Glad it's working for you!
The skirting is excellent quality. However, the video is misleading--installation is much more challenging than it appears. It took two men a full 8 hours to install. I do recommend the product but caution buyers that installation is very challenging.
Hello Ms. Hunt,
Thanks for your feedback.
We appreciate hearing about our customers’ experiences with EZ Snap since it provides an opportunity for us to help with installation issues and find ways to improve our products.
Sorry to hear that you were surprised by how challenging the skirting installation was. We have not had this kind of feedback before, rather the opposite.
I’m sure you’ll agree that the ‘How To Install RV Skirting’ video is quite detailed and provides thorough instructions. We are also available for guidance and problem solving by email and toll-free phone.
Every skirting project is different, but we find that a typical install runs from 4 to 8 hours depending how complex you want to make your finished product.
If possible, please email us a few photos of your installation. We may be able to learn more about your unique situation.
EZ Snap™ Team
Only thing good I can say about the product was customer service. I had planned on purchasing skirting for the rest of my trailer but after installing the skirting around the 5th wheel section no way. After installing the skirting with the pvc clamps and additional support with concrete pavers to hold the bottom in place a storm blew through with light winds (15-20 mph). Afterwords I went under neath my 5th wheel section and easily half of the snaps had failed, some of them failed due to the snap itself not holding but most failed due to the cap that holds the skirt onto the pin. They just don't stay on. Now I have to worry about the next time my neighbors Yorkie passes gas.
Hello Mr. Davis,
Thanks for your feedback.
We appreciate hearing about our customers’ experiences with EZ Snap since it provides an opportunity for us to help with installation issues and find ways to improve our products.
Our goal is always to keep our customers happy and we would like to work with you to fix your issues and get your enclosure kit working for you.
It is rare that 5th wheel owners skirt only the hitch area, leaving the rest of the 5th wheel open. WE ADVISE STRONGLY AGAINST IT.
When our skirting is installed this way, wind goes under the RV and gets trapped in behind the Hitch Enclosure Kit. Due to the parachute-like shape of the enclosure kit, there’s nowhere for the wind to escape. This places excess force on the fasteners.
It takes a lot of force to rip the 3M fasteners off or to pop the caps off the pins. In your scenario, what tends to happen is 1 or 2 fasteners let go, leaving a flap of RV skirting. As that loose flap whips around, it puts exponential strain on the adjacent fasteners and causes a chain reaction. As each fastener lets go, the flap gets bigger, putting more load on the remaining ones.
To stop this issue from re-occurring, ideally, you need to skirt the remainder of your 5th wheel. If that’s not possible, it is vital for you to seal up the opening between the hitch area and the underside of the main floor of the 5th wheel with skirting or plywood. The goal is to keep the wind out of there.
Please give us an update on your current situation and confirm if you’ve managed to get the hitch enclosure skirting back in place.
If possible, email us a few photos of your installation. We may be able to offer some other tips and advice to help you out.
Note that we do have stainless steel screw studs that can be used in addition to (or instead of) the 3M adhesive fasteners.
EZ Snap™ Team