Why a Hard-Floor Camper Trailer
A question often asked is "What is the benefit of a hard-floor camper trailer versus a soft floor camper trailer?"
There are quite a few differences between hardfloor camper trailers and soft floor camper trailers that we believe make owning a hardfloor camper trailer a more enjoyable experience.
The following camper trailer footage is provided to demonstrate how simple it really is to open and close a hardfloor camper trailer. In this example, the Far and Wide 2006 Model Camper Trailer is shown being closed. The user generally completes this operation in under 5 minutes. Opening and setting up of our camper trailer is even faster. We have Far and Wide camper trailer owners open and set up their campers in UNDER 1 MINUTE. Try doing that with a soft floor camper trailer.
A few of the many other benefits of a hard floor camper trailer over a soft floor camper trailer are briefly outlined below.
- Superior dust and water proofing whilst travelling and in storage.
- Security - all doors and access points are lockable when the camper trailer is closed.
- The hard floor means that tears and punctures to the tent floor are not possible, as there is no tent floor.
- The hard floor elevation when the camper trailer is open allows water/moisture to run under the camper trailer and not into the tent.
- Users will not suffer injury as a result of stepping into a hollow through the tent floor as does occur with tent type floors.
- Additional strength - when the floor of the camper trailer is in a closed position and locked down, it essentially becomes part of the camper trailer frame.
- Ease of cleaning - a quick sweep or even a mop, and you're done.
- Additional storage space for lightweight gear on the camper trailer roof rack.
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