Repairs - Wood Rot, Leaks, and Rubber Roof replacement
At Green Country
RV Doctor, we specialize in rubber roof maintenance, repair and
Manufacturers like the rubber membrane
roof for its light weight and ease of installation on the factory
floor. This technology has a sleek look, however, the rubber membrane
roof is more susceptible to damage from brushing overhanging tree
limbs than metal or fiberglass roof materials.
Untended roof tears or defective seals around roof openings may
allow water to get to the particle board or plywood substrate and
eventually to the sidewalls of the coach. Undetected leaks may result
in mold, mildew and expensive repairs.
|We use only the
highest grade materials (Dicor) ensuring that you have years of trouble
free enjoyment from your RV Whether you just need a semi annual roof
inspection or a complete roof replacement we will be more than happy
to assist you. We offer competitive rates and a timely service to
make your repair seem less like an inconvenience.
Repairs - Cleaning and Maintenance
|Preventive maintenance will help you
obtain maximum service life from your rubber roof. This service includes
cleaning the roof and applying UV protectant, and checking the roof
and seals around all roof openings for leaks or tears. The inspection
lets us find and repair any damage before it causes any damage.
The following is recommended for RVs
with a rubber membrane roof:
- Anyone cleaning or walking on a
rubber membrane roof should wear soft-sole shoes with clean soles
when walking on the roof to prevent tearing or damaging the membrane.
- Only use self-leveling lap sealers
approved for a rubber membrane roof such as Dicor 510 LSW (check
your coach documents).
- Never use Kool Seal (from Home Depot,
etc.) on an RV roof (they are for standing structures only).
- Never use silicone sealant or C-10
Flow Seal on a rubber membrane roof (they may react chemically
and damage the roof).
Proper preventive maintenance up front can save thousands of dollars