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The Safest, Most Secure RV Storage We’ve Ever Seen! NIRVC, Las Vegas!

The Safest, Most Secure RV Storage We’ve Ever Seen! NIRVC, Las Vegas!

Just like people who live in sticks & bricks houses, we occasionally travel away from our home. During our recent RV trip to Italy, we were away from our rig for two whole months. In the past we’ve left it in the enclosed storage lot of an RV park when we’re away, but we heard about a much higher-end option last year, and thought it sounded great. After all, what could be safer or more secure than having your RV stored INDOORS?!?!

We arranged to put our RV in storage at National Indoor RV Center’s new Las Vegas location, since it meant we’d have easy access to a major airport. The facility is huge, and immaculate. It’s so new they hadn’t even finished building the offices when we were there. Besides secure indoor storage, NIRVC offers sales, service and detailing, so it’s truly a one-stop shop.

The storage service is a concierge type affair… once arranged, you can simply leave your RV parked behind the building and drive away. Their team will take care of it from there, making sure your RV is safely and securely moved indoors, parked, and hooked to power. But there’s more. Did something break while you were on your latest RV trip? No problem… just arrange for them to service it, and it will be repaired for your return. Don’t have the time to worry about dumping your tanks when you get back? No worries. For an extra fee, they’ll dump your tanks for you. And if you came back covered in dust/dirt? They offer complete wash & wax services.

When you’re ready to go RVing, simply call or log into their website to schedule your pickup. They’ll get your rig out of storage, check your batteries and tire pressures, park your rig out back, fill your fresh water tank, and even turn your fridge on if you’d like… so when you get there, you can load your groceries up right away, and hit the road!

We were duly impressed with NIRVC’s services. More importantly, we were impressed with an obvious company-wide dedication to customer satisfaction. They also have locations in Phoenix, Dallas and Atlanta.


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WILLIAM COOLEY

Sunday 12th of January 2020

They do offer the best safest storage I have seen. If you think the price is to hi think what it would cost if someone broke into your RV/home while you were gone. Also the security of not worrying about hail or damaging winds while you were gone. Just curious, what year is your Newmar? Bill

TheRVgeeks

Sunday 12th of January 2020

Those are all the same as our thoughts, Bill! Sometimes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! And the intangible benefit of not worrying about the safety/security of our RV while we were away? PRICELESS! ???? Our Newmar is a 2005, by the way!

Susan J

Saturday 11th of January 2020

We had a Great visit to NIRVC for a battery service issue just before y'all stored your coach. The service team went above and beyond to find and fix our problem. We may be shopping for a newer coach this year and hope to give the sales team a try also! Thanks for your videos - loved the trip to Italy!!! See you down the road!

TheRVgeeks

Sunday 12th of January 2020

Thanks so much, Susan! Great to hear!

TomAndPeg

Saturday 11th of January 2020

Glad NIRVC worked so well for you. Out of curiosity, we checked their rates for our own rig and confirmed $10-11 per foot depending upon location. That's a pretty decent price considering the services you get (i.e. power, heat, and concierge) plus additional options like service -- and no lease. Unfortunately, NIRVC does not have facilities anywhere near our upper midwest home.

We do have an annual lease for indoor storage in the exurbs of Chicago that runs only $6 per foot. Services include in/out by appointment as well as heat in the winter, but no power is provided. And we pay whether we use our storage or not -- like right now while we're on a 3 month road trip. If we prorate the lease and account for periods of non-use, we're paying more like $9 per foot for actual use.If you added in power, NIRVC's rates are looking pretty good. That said, we are really happy with our indoor storage arrangement; our landlord has a much smaller operation than a typical IRVC location, and they treat us like royalty.

TheRVgeeks

Sunday 12th of January 2020

Thanks so much for the additional input, Tom & Peg.

Roger B

Saturday 11th of January 2020

Wow! I'm afraid of the cost, however, you are a good salesman.

TheRVgeeks

Sunday 12th of January 2020

The cost isn’t out of line with the top-notch service being provided. Not everyone needs or wants the best available option, but we love knowing that it’s available!

mike angles

Saturday 11th of January 2020

Hi everyone

Interesting flyover in the last section of your video at nirvc. Did you notice the number of rigs with small PV on the roof? I wonder if these small solar installs are for maintaining house batteries while in storage?

In San Jose we pay $450 a month for inside storage at Leale's ( https://www.leales.com/ ) where they also do major repairs including body and paint work. Inside storage has a waiting list.

TheRVgeeks

Saturday 11th of January 2020

Hi Mike! Our RV came with one of those small solar panels, too... 5 Watts!!! Ostensibly, it's to keep up with any parasitic loads on the battery/batteries when the RV is stored (with all circuits turned off). But we think a lot of those setups are the small solar upgrades that RV manufacturers offer... often 100W - 400W systems. That kind of low-wattage solar could keep batteries topped off when the RV is stored (outdoors at least)... and could keep up with some minor loads for someone with smaller power needs.

Thanks for the heads-up on Leale's. Sounds like a great option if we ever need to store in the San Jose area!

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