RV Roof Repair

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Do you have a leaky RV roof and need help? Give us a call or explore our most popular roof repair packages below.

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Option 1: RV Roof Seam Re-Seal

Free Inspection

Schedule your free 15 minute Roof Seam Inspection today!

Roof Seam Re-Seal Package:

This package starts with a thorough cleaning of roof radius seams and proceeds with the application of high quality OEM sealant to all roof seams, including bathroom vents, refrigerator vents, skylights, front cap seams, and radius seams.


  • 16 Tubes of High Quality OEM Sealant
  • 1 hour labor

*Additional time or materials may be required

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Option 2: RV Roof Patching

Quoted on a per case basis

Roofs can be damaged by many obstacles including trees with overhanging branches, garages, overpasses and more.  if you find your rv in need of a roof patch bring it in and we’ll inspect it and quote the repair for free!

Recent Roof Seam Patches

Free Inspection

Schedule your free 15 minute Roof Seam Inspection today!

RV Roof Patching

Due to the variables involved in patch jobs we cannot create a one sized fits all package.  A typical roof patch will consist of cutting out the bad material and sizing a new piece to fit, glueing it down and then sealing it to the existing good roof material.

What Kinds of RVs Can You Service?

We service All Makes & Models of RV’s, Class A, B, C or Super C Motorhomes, 5th Wheels, Travel Trailers, Pop-Up Tent Trailers, Toy Haulers and more…

We specialize in servicing the following Manufacturers:

What Types of RV Roofing Are There?


EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) or TPO (Thermal Poly Olefin) Roofs are the most common type of RV Roofing System featured on Motorhomes, Travel Trailers, Campers, and 5th Wheels. This system is often opted for because of inexpensive materials and ease of application at the factory. It holds up very well for extended periods of time if the proper maintenance is done and care is taken to avoid obstacles such as overhanging trees.


Fiberglass roofing is generally found on Luxury Motorhomes such as Monaco, Country Coach, Itasca, and Winnebago Class A’s. Fiberglass roofs are very durable but still require maintenance to keep them operable for the life of the vehicle.


Aluminum roofing is generally found on older Motorhomes, and Airstream trailers. This roofing system is also very durable but requires routine sealing of the seams to prevent water intrusion.

What Can Fail On My Roof?

Roof Maintenance:

The most common failure on any roofing system is the lack of routine maintenance. Manufacturers often offer routine maintenance checklists which should be adhered to over the life of the vehicle to prevent damage.

Air Conditioning Seals:

The seals at the base of your roof mounted RV A/C unit can dry up over time and allow water leaks. It’s important to inspect around your interior vents to see if water leaks while it’s raining. You can also inspect them by directing water from a garden hose around the base of the A/C unit.

Refrigerator Vent Cracks:

Refrigerator vents are easy to see on the side of your roof above your refrigerator. These should be inspected yearly and replaced as needed. They tend to need replacing every 5-7 years.

Roof Seams:

Annual inspections of your RV Roof should be performed to monitor the appearance of the Roof Seams around your roof vents and roof radius. If cracks are beginning to form on these or you notice the edges peeling up it’s time to take advantage of our Roof Seam Re-Seal Package to guard against water damage.

Roof Vent Cracks:

Roof vents see a lot of sun exposure over their life and should be inspected annually for cracks at the mounting points or in the middle of the roof vent. They tend to break in 3-5 year intervals at which time they should be replaced.

Sewer Vent Caps:

Sewer vent caps are the small white or black caps that vent your sewer system gases from your sink, shower or toilet. These should be inspected annually and replaced as needed. They tend to need replacement every 3-5 years.

Sun Damage:

Sun Damage is what deteriorates your RV’s roof and roof components the fastest. If you can limit sun exposure by parking in an indoor garage or covered parking your RV roof will last much longer and increase your service intervals.

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