Installation of a New Rubber Roof

This roof needed replacement after severe hail damage. Because the plywood decking was only 1/8″ thick and was bonded to styrofoam (without trusses) we filled the hail dents with two coats of filler instead of replacing the plywood. 

We recommend inspecting your RV roof at least twice a year. Water intrusion is a leading cause of damage to RV’s. Roof sealant only lasts a few years before it needs to be touched up and sometimes that sealant needs to be removed and replaced.

Whether cosmetic or structural, we've got the experience to assess all the problems and fix them correctly—the first time.

You can trust your investment to us.

Whatever your RV needs, give us a call, we can help you get it fixed.