Active recreation on the water is gaining more and more fans. Many families buy polyvinyl chloride (PVC) inflatable boats, not only for fishing, but also for traveling along rivers and lakes, beach vacations and sightseeing trips.
However, possession of such a “toy” also generates tangible worries. For example, it is very important to store PVC boats properly, during the winter.
An inflatable boat must not be kept outdoors, under the open sky, during the winter, nor deflated in a cellar. Handling PVC products at low temperatures has its own characteristics. Notches may appear in places where the material folds. The effects of low temperatures can be different. If the product has been kept at a slightly negative temperature, the folding traces will disappear in a few days. However, if the temperature during storage was very low, serious damage is not excluded.
A boat once inflated should be kept this way all the time, in a place with adequate humidity and temperature. The best option is to find a local boat storage Colorado Springs location and rent a storage unit for your boat. There are storage units heated to certain temperatures that allow safe storage of a wide range of goods that cold weather would damage.