RV Trailer Roof Replacement



Hi everyone, I had an RV that was in great shape… except for one major problem, leaking, rotted roof. I went to a bunch of places to get prices and it ranged from …
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RV Trailer Roof Replacement — 26 Comments

  1. Wow! Thanks! I am in the process of repairing a hail damaged trailer that has sentimental value because it belonged to my Dear Dad who,passed in 2011. I am a 59 year old female and your video has given me a renewed confidence to,just keep on going with this project because like you said, I,CAN do,it! I am thinking about spraying or rolling on some kind of DIY bed liner material instead of the rubber membrane…. Thank you so,much!

  2. Thanks for the video. My roof had some crunch to it when i press on the plastic cover this video helped me to see whats under the plastic…i was nervous to cut the roof open but obviously i have some rot under there.

  3. Nice job. Thanks for taking the time to make the video. It removes some unknowns. Can you tell me how the roof boards attached on the bottom? Did you have to remove any fasteners from the inside ceiling? Thanks again.

  4. I've always had a dislike for OSB,  could you please tell me what you used and the thickness, 3/4 inch?  Also, did you purchase the regular membrane, wouldn't shower pan liner be a better choice. What type of adhesive did you use as well. Thank You.

  5. I'm just going to do my roof with fiberglass and Westcoast Epoxy, which is what they use to build wooden boats. So basically my roof will be as water tight as a seaworthy boat. And forget about that fiber board, replace that junk with marine grade plywood.

  6. Great work. I have some leaks and holes in my camper trailer. Smaller job but nervous about doing it. How does the rubber stay down on the sides. saw the clamps and tape on from and rear.

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