As the old adage goes, when it rains it pours. And it’s definitely pouring when you have a leaky roof on your recreational vehicle. You never know when this type of situation occurs so I recommend always keeping a roll of Eternabond in the RV just in case. Hopefully this leak happens when you are using your RV so that you know it is happening. A leaky roof would not be good if you are storing your RV on an outside lot.
Check out this video on how to seal items on roof that may be letting in some water.
Now that is some great repair on an older recreational vehicle! We recommend to inspect your roof twice a year for any leaks. Do this by closely inspecting the roof sealant condition as well as the area around every protruding fixture on the roof. Repair and crack or thin spots with the appropriate material for your roof.
If you’re not sure about the condition of your roof and would like some help with it, just bring your RV to any seven convenient locations at ExploreUSA RV Supercenter.