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RE: RV Roof Replacement

How about something like RV armour or another form of coating Good thought - we looked at that and spoke with a few folks. The biggest drawback we found was that any new product install (solar, wifi stuff, etc.) would require another trip to the roof vendor. Also, we are probably 2-3 years away from swapping rigs anyway. Again, good thought though. Thanks!
tomthyme 09/11/18 10:45am Fifth-Wheels
RV Roof Replacement

Hello Folks, We are in the midst of replacing the roof on our 2011 37' Carriage Cameo. We believe the damage was sustained by the installer of the AC units, as it is a direct puncture (vertically) through the EPDM, wood decking, etc. We have received a preliminary estimate from the shop of $12k for the roof replacement. This includes removing/reinstalling AC units, vents, skylights, etc. Also, the estimate is preliminary as they have provided this estimate without them seeing the rig at all. Does 12k sound right to you guys? I was thinking $5-7k maybe, but 12k? Wow - that just seems like a ton of dough. Thoughts? Thanks Tom
tomthyme 09/11/18 09:54am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Time for a new roof

I got word back from RVFlexArmor - for a 35' RV, it would be around 130 and for a 40' it would be around 150 lbs. For the RV Armor product - it's thinner and thus would be around 80 lbs per their website. Both are lifetime warranty. Seems that it would make sense to do either one that you prefer instead of replacing the roof with another TPM type of roof. Thanks so much for checking this out. I appreciate it!
tomthyme 08/16/18 08:10am Fifth-Wheels
Time for a new roof

Hello Folks, On a recent trip, my wife and I found a significant hole in our roof. We think it was caused by a vendor who installed AC units for us. The hole looks like they gouged the roof with a fork lift (which is what they use to raise the AC unit). So, now we are filing a claim and getting the roof replaced. We will also research any water damage, etc. that was done before I made the patch. My question is this. With the new roof going on, have any of you checked out the RhinoLiner product called Eco Coat? I am curious to hear some feedback. Also, if you have opinions on top quality roof replacements, I would love to hear that also. Thanks so much!
tomthyme 08/13/18 09:21am Fifth-Wheels
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