Adding a Screen Room to My RV

Here is my Christmas present from my husband! I was able to set up and dismantle the whole thing by myself. (I was worried, because the instructions say you need two people.)

The screen room was $139 and the rug was $59,  much cheaper than the permanent screen rooms that attach to your awning.

step 1

Here is the 9x12 reversible outdoor rug I got for the floor. (It folds almost flat and weighs about 5-7 lbs.) It feels kind of plastic-y.

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step 2

The 10x10 screen room is pretty compact and fits in my basement storage. (It's that blue thing.) It weighs 44 lbs.

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step 3

I was actually able to get it back IN this bag after I dismantled it!

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step 4

This would be the step where they think you need two people. I just had to walk around in a circle and keep extending each side.

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(Though I'm sure I looked ridiculous making continuous circles around it.)

(Though I'm sure I looked ridiculous making continuous circles around it.)

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step 6

Roof canopy goes on before fully open.

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step 7

Legs extend all the way out, then up.

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step 8

Note to self: Don't stake the poles before putting the screen around them!

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step 9

I accidentally put the screen on inside out. (Velcro holds it up inside.) Okay, now I am very confused as I see the Velcro on the correct side. Maybe they are on both sides!

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step 10

The screen room is not tall enough to be placed in front of the door to my Mini. I'll move it back farther next time.

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step 11

100 extra square feet of outdoor living space!

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Happy Holidays! I am visiting family all over Texas and will be heading West again at the end of the month.

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Here is a link to the screen room I got.

Here is a link to the rug.

I also got these sun/wind breakers.

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