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Silver-top Looks to Hershey Show

August 16, 2011 by   - () 1 Comment

Longtime RV supplier Silver-top Mfg. Co. Inc. will be showing its popular RV Two-Way Awning and Portable Screen Room Sept. 12-18 at the 43rd Annual Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa.

The RV Two-Way Awning was developed with the seasonal camper in mind. Fitting fifth-wheels, park models and travel trailers, it’s designed to replace roll-up fabric awnings as the ultimate alternative, the company notes, with no rotting fabric to replace or expensive rollers to repair.

The Silver-top RV Two-Way Awning is available in 2-foot width increments. Lengths greater than 8 feet are installed in multiple sections and locked together with weather-tight extruded aluminum connectors. For example, a 24-foot awning would be shipped as three interlocking 8-foot sections. The standard projections are 8′ 3″ and 10′ 3″. The awning comes in lengths ranging from 14 to 90 feet.

MSRPs for the 14-foot model start at $2,262.

The Maryland company also will be showing its Portable Screen Room that fits nicely beneath the RV Two-Way Awning. The rigid screen room slides into a track in front of the awning and is effective in keeping insects out. The screen room comes with one doorway. The cost is $80 per perimeter foot.

Silver-top, in business since 1947 and a perennial PRVCA show participant, also makes canopies, patio covers, shelters, storage sheds, 3-season rooms and slide-out covers and will be displaying its products at the Park Model Village.

Contact: Silver-top Mfg. Co. Inc., P.O. Box 225, 11120 Pulaski Highway, White Marsh, MD 21162-0225; (800) 638-6960, fax (410) 335-6646; www.rvtwoway.com

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  1. Mark Burnham on June 8th, 2016 1:06 pm

    My wife an i bought a park model trailer an want extend the hard top either 2′ or 4′ based on cost to do so . can you forward me updated price list to for a 8′-3″ white section ..an hardware w screws an such needed ..can i also get a drawing of how the roof goes together.piece by piece . former owner of trailer said he had it in a file but i don’t find it to be there.. . thanks i’ll look forward to receiving info. my plan is to do this work myself.

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