If you have any questions regarding leaking’s on your RV, we will be glad to help you out.
If your roof shows signs of wear or is over 5 years old, it’s important that you ensure all the joints are sealed and that water can not enter and causing you thousands of dollars in damage. Most roof leaks occur at the the seams where the sealing caulk fails and no longer water proofs the roof, or sometimes a tree branch tears the rubber membrane thus damaging the substrate and allowing water to penetrate.
The first step is to tear off the roofing membrane and replace any rotted wood; then seal all joints with 15 cm (6 in) membrane and then apply a one metre (40 in) wide reinforcing membrane, overlapping each strip by 10 cm (4 in) over the entire roof. Once the reinforcing membrane covers the entire roof, apply three coats of Rexoseal RV allowing each coat to dry.