Well it is now official, Jayco's reply to the servicing dealer is that there is no issue with my roof and that it is a perfectly acceptable roof. I had also sent pix to the rubber roof material company (Alpha Systems) and they said they couldn't get involved between me and Jayco (this is what I expected would happen) but they were going to forward my information on to Jayco. The servicing dealer was really of little help here as their opinion was that the roof looked "normal" to them. So I guess sloppy workmanship is the new "normal".
For those of you who may not have seen the pix they are here:
Just scroll down to see them, these are but a few of the areas.
I'm not sure what my next course of action will be at this time but if you have any ideas or suggestions I would appreciate the input(PLEASE NO SUGGESTIONS OF LEGAL ACTION).
Tell me, is it me? Am I expecting to much from Jayco? Would this be "perfectly acceptable" to you? I'm really concerned about the large areas along the door side of the trailer where the rubber is not down on the plywood.
1. Write a ceritfied letter to the CEO with photos?
2. Put a large sign in the back window that says "ASK ME ABOUT MY JAYCO ROOF" and then take a picture of it and send to Jayco telling them that this is how my trailer travels until my roof is fixed?
3. Call the local Network TV consumer line (Call Curtis and Call 3 in this area) and ask for their help?
4. Call the Better Business Bureau?
5. Sit down, shut up, and live with this roof until we get rid of the trailer and hope nothing goes wrong?
Thanks for reading