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New Video Explains AirSkirts Innovative RV Skirting Products

Published on November 26th, 2021 by Patrick Buchanan

New Video Explains AirSkirts Innovative RV Skirting Products

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then how many is a video worth? Rather than answer that proverbial Tootsie-Pop question, AirSkirts, an innovative new RV skirting product for travel trailers, 5th wheels, and motorhomes, has released a new short video that explains their products in a succinct and effective two minute video.

What are AirSkirts?

AirSkirts are a series of military grade inflatable skirting products that offer superior fit and insulation characteristics to standard RV skirting, and require NO drilling whatsoever. They are also attractive enough to be used in luxury RV resorts or HOA locations without any pushback, in most cases. By sealing the underside of the RV and trapping that air beneath, AirSkirts are  beneficial in both winter and summer. 

Airstream trailer fitted with AirSkirts in summer climate
AirSkirts are great for summer too.

The knock against traditional RV skirting

Traditional skirting is often a do-it-yourself project, and usually looks like it. Not only is there are lot of cutting and drilling involved, some of that drilling permanently mars the appearance of your RV. It’s also not very easy to tear down or remove at the end of the winter season to prepare for summer travel.

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With that in mind, most RVers that like to travel year-round simply don’t bother with adding skirting, and lose the potential benefits it offers. The result is higher energy usage, either in electricity, propane, or both. Those looking to save on propane often result in dangerous and unreliable electric space heaters.

The AirSkirts Cycle

Using AirSkirts as skirting for your RV is a simple cycle consisting of: inflate, enjoy, deflate, & store. No DIY disasters, no holes in your RV, no unsightly mess that gets you banned from an RV park. They can be used year after year with minimal maintenance and effort. Visit and give this alternative RV skirting a try.

Stock photo of AirSkirts RV skirting product.

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19 thoughts on “New Video Explains AirSkirts Innovative RV Skirting Products”

  1. Very interested. I have a Sierra 372LOK 5th wheel that is at a permanent site, and would like to know the price of this product. Thank you.

  2. Do they offer and isulation ..R value?
    Do they have to be inflated on a steady basis or once you inflate them do they stay inflated….would they puncture easy cause i know its not all smooth surfaces under rv’s


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