Most RV replacement canvases are manufactured by companies that specialize in replacements, such as Bear Creek Canvas, RV Workshop, Idaho Canvas, Canvas Replacements and Pop-Up Parts!. Bear Creek Canvas replaces the tops on many different camper models, including Coleman, Fleetwood, Jayco, Tradewinds and Trail King. The company manufactures the replacement canvas in its Wisconsin factory, using 10.38-ounce material that is made in the United States. It also sells canopies and road covers for soft-top campers.
RV Workshop manufactures canvas tops and awnings for pop-up campers and tent trailers. The company uses vinyl material and mesh over the windows to help block strong sunlight and insects. The company also uses vinyl material to waterproof the covering over a trailer's bed wing. RV Workshop uses canvas material made in the United States, and follows the original manufacturer's pattern when creating replacements. The company provides images of canvas fabric samples on its website.
Idaho Canvas sells replacement covers for many camper models, including major RV brands such as Jayco, Starcraft, Bonair, Sherwood and Coleman. It sells factory original covers if these are available. If they are not, the company uses the same material as the original manufacturer to fabricate a replacement. This fabric is typically standard weight, water- and mildew-resistant canvas. In some cases, the company uses customers' old canvas covers to create a pattern for the replacement.
Pop-Up Parts! specializes in replacement covers for hybrid and folding trailers. The company services many different brands, including Alpine/Nomad, Coachman, Cox, Dutchman and Viking. The company uses the industry-standard 10.38-ounce water-resistant canvas according to original manufacturer specifications. Like other RV cover manufacturers, Pop-Up Parts! may request a camper's original cover in order to create a custom-fit replacement.