Originally Posted by micklouie
I work in the building industry and too many times do I see do it yourselfers really mess up building a new house.
Leave to the contractor that's their profession.
Thanks for your advice and help,
Gee. Thanks for the vote of confidence.
Since you asked... Again, just my opinion. There are many RV repair shops who will repair that for you. Given the pebble finish of the material it will take a very skilled professional to truly "make it go away". You may be disappointed with the results if your expectations are too high.
I doubt that the small repair patch methods as proposed here will truly affect the resale value of a 2008 travel trailer. It will soon be over 5 years old. Some wear and tear is expected especially when you explain that "This XXX dropped on it and made the hole. I felt terrible. It was minor damage, not a structural flaw.".
Have fun. vic