I am looking for advice on how to store a 1974 trillium
for shelter. I live in Yukon, Canada where we have long snowy winters and don't have a garage.
The trailer has been parked in driveway without any protection for the last 5 years & leaks
are starting to surface around the windows
. the first year I tarped it and since then been told that tarping the trailer is not ideal, as the trailer needs air flow & tarping it has the possibility of producing moisture?
I've done some research on the possibility of purchase a portable garage for storage, the price ranges are huge, 3 season ones cost anywhere from $5oo upwards. Four season ones are more costly, the current one I am looking at is small and costs $1,600 before shipping & once shipped I have to find someone to put it together.
My thoughts are that a year round portable garage would provide the shelter from natures elements while providing me a dry & warmer place to work on trailer, e.g replacing windows
I would like to hear what other people use as shelters who live in similar climates when they don't have a garage.
Looking forward to hearing your advice.
Thanks to the folks that have given their advice on steps for resealing windows
. I've ordered the butyl tape, picked up pry bars & screws, I am just waiting for the butyl tape to come in & hope the last 3 weeks of rain we've had comes to a stop so I can start fixing "my girl" up.
Happy solstice everyone.