Over time your RV’s roof and body sealants will dry out and crack, after that water will find the path of least resistance and get into the walls and floor of your RV and cause damage. When there is no caulk to prevent blockage, dirt and dust enter the RV more freely. It can enter from moisture from the exterior, interior condensation from the air, rain or snow, or by washing your unit. It can also cause RV water damage to the structure or cause dangerous mold and mildew to start growing inside. However, in most cases, it does not show up right away, causing unnoticed dry rot to occur.

We offer a free exterior evaluation and inspection of the body and roof sealants.

Did you know that most manufacturers recommend that you check your RV’s roof and body sealants every 30-90 days? Most manufacturers don’t seal everything, which can cause RV water damage.

The below pictures show some of our repairs due to water intrusion. Also check out videos on the side for roof replacement from water damage.

A straight time operation, whether it is for diagnosis, repair(s), or some other strange circumstance, are labor rates that are subject to change. These changes are determined due to the time and materials required to complete the job at hand. All labor charges are based on the actual time the technician has spent working on your vehicle/unit.

All water damage is considered a straight time operation.

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