Is your RV protected? By insulating and protecting your RV’s undercarriage, you prevent freezing pipes and save money on energy costs year-round. Works for any trailer, fifth-wheel, or coach.
The Hassle-Free RV Skirt That Inflates
RV skirting goes around the perimeter of your RV to prevent warm (or cool) air from being whisked away
Protects your pipes from freezing and causing damage
Saves on heating and cooling costs
Necessary to protect your RV through cold weather
Other methods are time consuming and inefficient
Uses trapped air as a natural insulator
Heavy-duty, military grade PVC coated canvas
Sets up in minutes instead of hours or days
No drilling holes in your RV or messy DIY solutions
Video: AirSkirts Explained in Two Minutes
Because We Needed It
AirSkirts are an invention of necessity that were created due to our frustration with the usual method of skirting (ugly Styrofoam boards or problem-ridden drill-in vinyl skirts). Based in Connecticut, we pride ourselves in making products that enable the best RV living possible. Learn more about us
AirSkirts’ design is deceptively straightforward: AirSkirts tubes are laid out around the RV, inflated, and then held in place by air pressure with no drilling or adhesives required.
Super-Fast, Portable Setup
No permanent installation or RV modification required – shave your installation time from hours and hours to under 30 minutes – or get rid of those messy sheets of Styrofoam.
Extremely Durable, Military Grade
Heavy duty PVC tarpaulin and military grade valves will insulate and protect your RV for years and years. Our seams are heat welded and resistant to tears and extreme weather.
More Affordable and No Drilling Holes in Your RV
Custom RV skirting can cost up to $5,000 and you need to permanently modify your RV. AirSkirts requires no installation! If you’re used to using hay or Styrofoam, say goodbye to the labor, hassle, and waste.
For Any Trailer, Fifth Wheel, or Coach
AirSkirts modular design allows it to work with any RV. No need for custom made skirts or labor intensive, home-grown solutions. Better still, if you upgrade your camper you can keep your existing AirSkirts
Pays for Itself in Winter and Summer
AirSkirts uses trapped air as an insulator, resulting in a dramatic increase in heat retention compared to traditional camper skirts. Also, use AirSkirts during warmer weather and save on cooling costs!