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Old 08-27-2016, 04:00 AM   #31
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No. The dealer said the decking looked good . Although I did ask if Jayco had put any thing over the seams of the decking to protect the roof material and they said no but they would put something over the seams and the outer edge before installing the new roof material.
If I had an insurance check to cover the roof repair I wouldn't install ANY rubber roof when there are other much better options. My 5 year old Alpha Systems roof material was failing by allowing water to leak through the material. Alpha's offer from their 12 year warranty was $227.00. What a joke.

I had to pay for a new roof, but will NEVER EVER own a rubber roof again regardless of manufacturer. I had my roof replaced by rvroof.com. Close to the same price as rubber and lifetime guarantee on the rig regardless of who owns it. And my dealer quoted a month to do the work, rvroof did it in 2 1/2 days.

Check my previous posts for a lot more detail, but no more caulking for me EVER!
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Old 08-27-2016, 08:45 AM   #32
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You did good. Similar to me. Most worry fir good reason with any rv owner is not being absolutely sure there is no water infiltration. As happy as i am with my Greyhawk..and i am very happy with it. My roof was a glorified shower curtain with caulking..not any more...Rv armor..even mildew is afraid to form on it. The material stretches it is 100 percent impenetrable..and always will be with absolutely no maintenance required
.ever...by anyone..unless for some reason i wanted to clean it...but. It would never ever be mold that i was cleaning...also bring on desert full sun indefinitely..and i would only smile at the thought of it. If you don't believe me.. check it out for yourself...RV Armor...nough said..
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Not a single drop of water will ever make its way into my roof from anywhere on the top of my rig...anywhere!...ever...i have as much confidence in this as i do in my ability to burn a hotdog...lol
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That includes my weingart antenna, the flanges around my airconditioner and vents..the corners the long seam at tge front cap ladder, only lightning, a tree branch. Or a twelve year old with a pitchfork , even blueberry stains wiuld come off easily with a little simple green..
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Even where the shower curtain tucks in along the entire length of rig by the gutters are impenetrable..even with age, vibration. Sun, no chalking no nonsense... it is a...i laugh at the thought of people actually doing roof inspections of shower curtains and self leveling puddy nonesense....
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