Perhaps the most common RV roof repair we see is for a leaking roof. It’s not just a mild nuisance, either – roof problems can translate into moisture in unwanted places, rotting structures, and total damage to an RV.
It’s essential to identify the source of the leak as early as possible. If you are unsure how your roof is compromised, contacting us is an excellent first step. We do free roof inspections because we want there to be no barrier of entry to getting to the root of the problem in the event of a compromised RV roof.
RV roof repair is not that difficult. Undoing the damage that a leaking RV roof can cause can be very difficult.
Free RV Roof Inspections
A simple roof leak can lead to thousands of dollars lost in water damage and ruined appliances. But fixing a small roof leak will run you a fraction of that, especially if you get professional help as soon as possible.
One of the telltale signs of roof trouble is a wavy appearance on the material and sudden and unexpected depressions in the material. If you see rippling, this can mean water damage. Even if you haven’t experienced a leak yet, it might just be a matter of weeks before the next rainfall starts making its way into the RV itself.
Be sure to inquire about our free roof inspection and let us make sure your roof is in good condition.
We Service Multiple Roofing Materials
RV roofs are usually made of a few different materials. We specialize in servicing:
Looking for Quality RV Roofing Material?
We support a DIY attitude. Here at Central Coast RV, we stock and sell multiple quality roof materials for clients looking to do their own roofing and patchwork. If you’re keen on getting your roof patched up yourself, look no further for all of your basic roofing needs.
RV ROOF REPAIR SERVICE AND TREATMENT
Remember: water can be an RVs worst enemy. A leaky roof can spell a potential small fortune in costs and repairs if left unchecked. It can lead to rot, mold, mildew, and other forms of water damage throughout your RV or camper.
But it can also be one of the easiest issues to fix, if addressed early. Be sure to get your roof inspected at least once every few months, especially after a storm or heavy rainfall.
An RV roof isn’t like a car roof. The roof is one of the areas an RV manufacturer may cheap out on, and it’s also one of the places a second-hand RV’s previous owner might not have done proper maintenance on. RVs are kept waterproof by virtue of special caulking and hydrophobic sealants – but these dry up and crack over time and are prone to extensive damage given enough time. Before it's time to consider an RV roof repair,
Before it's time to consider an RV roof repair, give us a call and get your RV checked up as soon as possible.