Originally Posted by 06 cummins
Yes , my cap is the light colored one.The material that they use for these just don't feel very thick.Can anyone tell me if the whole roof is roled in glue then liner applied or are just the edges of the trailer glued?My camper company is saying just the edges are glued,but all info I found on line says otherwise. Thanks for the replies
I would find out who manufactured your roof membrane. Then I would call that manufacturer to determine the proper installation procedure. If the roof manufacturer states that it's to be 100% glued down wall to wall, then Jayco needs to fix your roof and install it according to the roof manufacturer's specifications. Even if just the edges are to be glued down, it still doesn't look right IMO.
My roof is Alpha Ply, which carries a 10 yr warranty from Alpha Ply, but if Jayco did not install the roof membrane correctly, that would likely void the Alpha warranty. My roof also has a couple VERY SMALL wrinkles, but nothing like what you've got going on.
Edit: See if you can provide those pics to your roof membrane manufacturer to determine if it's an acceptable installation. If roof membrane manufacturer says it's okay, and Jayco says it's okay, then if there's a problem, it's on them. But my guess is roof manufacturer is not going to like that very much...
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