If you already own or recently acquired an older RV, there may come a time when no amount of resealing or recoating is going to solve your leaky roof. There comes a time when you need to perform an entire RV rubber roof replacement.
Does RV leak repair tape work? How well does it protect your RV from water damage? Whether for a long-term fix or to save you from a wet weekend, RV leak repair tape can keep you dry in a pinch.
You’re counting on your camper to keep you warm and dry, so RV roof leaks cannot be ignored. To help you out, we’ve assembled a list of 6 of the best sealants and protective coatings to use on your RV roof.
Do you really need to apply an RV rubber roof coating? Here we look at the types of RV roof materials, the types of RV rubber roof coating materials, and when you should apply an RV rubber roof coating.
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.
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.
Follow these easy steps to remove the air conditioning unit from your RV’s roof for replacement or to make room for solar panels.
Great instructional video on how to do RV roof repair on a budget. Probably not suited for an expensive motor coach, but works for those older trailers!