RV Roof Repairs – Man, That’s Overhead !!

April 13, 2008 by Mike Steffen · 210 Comments 

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As much as we might like to talk about sleeping out under the stars and the good old days of camping, most of us have discovered that RV roofs are a great benefit. RV roofs are designed to protect us from the grief of bad weather, keep the leaves and pine needles out of the bed and still maintain their integrity while being driven down the road in excess of hurricane level winds, Richter scale 6 or better earthquakes, the baking sun, acid rain and impacts from trees and other low overhead obstacles.

RV roof leaks can confuse the dickens out of even the best RV technician. A leak coming through the ceiling in the rear of the RV could originate in the middle, the side or even in the front of the unit. Patience and attention to detail are the keys to a successful roof repair.

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