Rubber Roof on your camper





Taken from Forest River’s New Owner Manual, but this would apply to any brand camper. 


Inspection of roof components at least twice a year is very important to make sure seams and seals are not cracked or worn. Although the roof material comes with a 10- or 12-year warranty, customers do have some responsibility in maintaining the roof.


Proper maintenance of seals is necessary to keep moisture from entering and causing the damage such as rot, mold, or mildew. If you encounter dry, cracked, or weathered seals, reseal or replace as necessary.


Check with the Forest River, Inc., owner’s manual for the type of caulking required for rubber roofs and correct method of sealing or replacing.  Sealants needed can be purchased from the parts store. A mild household soap solution or rubber roof cleaner and a sofa brush can be used to clean a rubber roof.


If you have any doubts about the integrity of your RV roof, call Camp-A-Rama at 270-527-1374 today for an inspection.




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