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Old 04-08-2019, 06:52 PM   #21
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I'm still under warranty but does anyone know if the Armorflex will void the warranty?
I don't know but the FlexArmor has a lifetime warranty so I wouldn't care.
I just had mine done at DFW RV Roof in Denton,Tx due to I messed up & hit a branch. Picked up last Monday but I saved money not doing a new rubber roof..only franchise dealers can install & they go to a school
I really like this Roof & wouldn't hesitate to do it. It's not cheap but on the plus side it has better thermal properties , way thicker ,and when they are thru there are no seams. They do extend it out on the cap a few inches
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Old 04-08-2019, 07:00 PM   #22
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has anybody had the rv armor roof installed, they come to your location and do your roof, they have only been in business 6 years.
That's a totally different roof. It's just rolled on like paint & they don't replace any vents etc. RV Flex Armor take off everything including the ac's, replace all the vents . I had new Max fans & a new skylight as well installed.
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I messed up & hit a branch.
I thought about looking for a tree
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I thought about looking for a tree
What's so sad it was my tree
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Old 04-09-2019, 10:59 AM   #25
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I don't know but the FlexArmor has a lifetime warranty so I wouldn't care.

I just had mine done at DFW RV Roof in Denton,Tx due to I messed up & hit a branch. Picked up last Monday but I saved money not doing a new rubber roof..only franchise dealers can install & they go to a school

I really like this Roof & wouldn't hesitate to do it. It's not cheap but on the plus side it has better thermal properties , way thicker ,and when they are thru there are no seams. They do extend it out on the cap a few inches


I donít have a TT yet but I was impressed enough at the Fort Worth RV show Iíll be having it done when I get one. I have there card in my truck [emoji106]
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Old 04-12-2019, 07:00 AM   #26
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Got the FlexArmor put on by Dependable RV Services Madison MS.
Looks good and looks very strong.




Mine was done a bit over 3 years ago. You will love it.

Dicor? What is that?
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Old 04-17-2019, 10:31 PM   #27
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I had RV Roofing, in Green Cove Springs, Florida, do my 37 ft MH Six years go. It was the best investment I ever made. I was having the roof cleaned and resealed every year at a cost of about $800.00 a pop. It made the roof quieter and it was much cooler in the summer. We have since bought a Jayco Designer at about 43 ft. I'm starting to think about having the spray roofing installed in the next couple of months and I'm getting too old to climb on the roof and do the sealing required.
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I had RV Roofing, in Green Cove Springs, Florida, do my 37 ft MH Six years go. It was the best investment I ever made. I was having the roof cleaned and resealed every year at a cost of about $800.00 a pop. It made the roof quieter and it was much cooler in the summer. We have since bought a Jayco Designer at about 43 ft. I'm starting to think about having the spray roofing installed in the next couple of months and I'm getting too old to climb on the roof and do the sealing required.
My installer Mark Lamb told me when I picked my 5er up after new roof, " don't go up there any more " unless the AC quits.
I actually had started my policy of staying off the roof after a friend of our Daughters Dad fell off his rv and is now an invalid.
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