Roofing Damage & Repair Case-StudyTypical RV roof leak, the damage it causes and the repair process.
Bad Roof Submaterial
Sub material disintegrating.
Leak Damage in Bath
The back corner of the bath wall was in pretty bad shape due to leaking skylight. Cracked seals due to soft roofing material led to damage.
When its extensive
By the time the damage can be seen inside or on walls or ceilings. Your leak has already caused extensive damage.
After removing the membrane, more damage is exposed. The rubber was literally holding the roof together in some spots.
Sign of Water Damage
Some typical signs of water damage in RV’s.
Here we see the extent of damage caused by what may seem like a small leak.
This section of roof was not close to the leak but water can “wick” out and cause more damage than you might think.
The RepairThe repair process is extensive due to the damage water can do when left unattended.
Internal Studs, Rafters and Installation
Rafters, wall studs and installation replaced.
Here some of the decking is already down and we were in the process of replacing rafters, wall studs and roof decking.
New Rubber Roofing
Allowing the glue to dry before re-installing the exterior components.
The Finished Product
The glue is dry and the components installed. Ready for delivery!