Proper RV roof maintenance is essential to keeping your camper ready for action at any time. Inspecting, cleaning, and protecting your roof will pay off in the long run.
Typically, your RV rubber roof is going to last 10-20 years, but if you haven’t given your roof some TLC, you might have issues sooner.
It is recommended to reseal your RV’s roof every year – so what is the best camper roof sealant and how do you use it? We explain everything you need to know here.
Inspired by a Do It Yourself RV post and painter Bob Ross, this Florida man decided to build not one, but two of his own foam panel trailers.
Don’t suffer the consequences of a leaky RV roof. Follow these tips for RV roof maintenance to learn how to care for and repair all sorts of RV roofs.