Save 20% and Beat the Supply Chain Crush by Ordering Now
We’ve all heard about the ongoing supply chain problems, but for the most part there isn’t anything we can do about it. Not so with the AirSkirts Pre-Order Sale. The folks at AirSkirts are encouraging you to order their popular and innovative RV skirting products now to help them, and you, avoid delivery delays this winter when it counts the most.
What Are AirSkirts?
AirSkirts are durable, inflatable RV skirting components that require no drilling or installation on your RV. They are easily deflated for off-season storage and travel. Because air is a great insulator, AirSkirts are also better than traditional RV skirting options. AirSkirts are so durable, they come with a 5-year warranty, ensuring they will outlast any supply chain concerns for a long time to come.
If you spend most of your time dodging the cold weather, remember that AirSkirts are fantastic in warm weather as well, insulating under your RV to keep cold air in and warm air out. AirSkirts offers a kit that will fit any RV.
AirSkirts are modular, and conform to any shape, so you’ll be able to fill those gaps under your RV, while maintaining access to your sewer drains. You can also consult with one of their engineers after placing your order to discuss any concerns. Kits can be modified at no charge to accommodate any problematic pipes or stabilizer jacks.
Preorder in May and Avoid Supply Chain Problems this Fall
The AirSkirts pre-order sale is on now. Choose the Skirt Kit that fits your RV and save 20% in May. Folks that dally until June can still save 18%, and patriots that choose July to purchase will save 16%. Whichever month you buy, you’ll need to use the promo code: PREORDER.
1 thought on “Avoid RV Supply Chain Issues and Pre-Order AirSkirts”
As a full timer for almost 20 years I have yet to hear about propane $$ savings using a skirt to justify the cost of the skirt. Heat rises, colder air falls. My floors may be a little colder but so what? I am losing more heat through the roof than am through the floor (FYI- I have heating and air conditioning design experience )