RVs are enjoyed by millions of people annually. RVing is a great way to spend time with your family and friends. It provides a way for you to get away from your day to day problems and relax. However, like everything else, you have to do maintenance from time to time.
The majority of RVs use White-on-Black EPDM membrane to protect roofs. This membrane has a proven track record in the roofing industry. One problem no one likes is roof leaks. Leaks may be caused by limbs falling on your roof or around penetrations like pipes or vents and air conditioning. When this happens your leak needs immediate attention.
Now that you have a leak you will have to find a material to patch or replace your roof. What better material can you use other than the original to do repairs.
Roof-Top® membrane and accessories are top quality and are permanent solutions to your roofing repair. Unlike coatings and caulks, which you have to redo every few years.
- Folded for shipment
- Sizes over 35 foot length must deliver by truck
NOTE: White on Black EPDM roofing can have factory lap-seams. These are a normal part of the manufacturing process, and are factory vulcanized / fused.
I would like to warn you to use caution when ordering replacement roofs for your RV. There are products out there that are only 8"6" wide that are cheaper because of their width and thickness. The factories do use this product, but their installation is done by professionals and they don't usually make mistakes during installation. I have personally installed these membranes on damaged RV roofs and with this narrow 8'6" material you have only and inch or two to play with. If you are over by an inch you could not get a good seal around your roof edge detail and then you could have a leak. If you have a mistake on the edge and you have glued the membrane down, you have a horrible mess to correct. I recommend that you always purchase a product at least a foot wider than you need; this will save time and money in the long run. Just remember, if you purchased a bullet proof vest, would you want one that was thin or would you prefer the thicker one which would surely provide more protection? I hope this information is helpful. I will try to provide some videos and pictures that might help you. You can always contact Johnnie or Tim and we will be glad to discuss your needs or questions.