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ResPro rubber roofing--any good?

The man who will be fixing the roof wants to use 8'.5' Res Pro EPDM rubber roofing. Has anyone used this or know of someone who has? What do you think about using this? If comes by the foot therefore there is less waste. I know many of you suggested eternabond products. Would they be a better choice? Thanks. Diane
RVerDiane 04/28/19 10:13am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Sides and top of MH

Yes, its probably only a small hole for the wires to come through, but enough to see or poke a finger in, fibreglass batts or solid block foam insulation. Ken Thanks again, Ken
RVerDiane 04/28/19 10:10am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Sides and top of MH

Thanks, Ken that was very helpful. The MH is fiberglass on the outside. Could I take off a light on the ceiling? There are no switches/outlets near the front. I will check these out though not today. It's snowing and in the 30's!! Diane
RVerDiane 04/27/19 10:25am Class C Motorhomes
Sides and top of MH

What are the sides and ceiling of a motorhome made of? I'm working on estimating the costs of repairs to the inside of my Class C. Thanks. Diane
RVerDiane 04/26/19 10:59am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

I am wondering what type of product the inside ceiling and walls are made of? As we pulled off the upholstery covered foam on the bunk, we noticed damage to whatever is used to support the bed and staining of the walls from the a/c to the front vent. I want to pull off some more to see what the damage is there. Can someone explain to me what type of board here. Thanks again!! Diane
RVerDiane 04/25/19 04:22pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

Hi all, Thanks to all who have helped me with ideas and where to's. The man who will be fixing the roof want to use 8'.5' Res Pro EPDM rubber roofing. Has anyone used this or know of someone who has? What do you think about using this? If comes by the foot therefore there is less waste. Thanks. Diane
RVerDiane 04/24/19 04:55pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

I am allergic to mold so to use it I would need to make sure that it's mold free. As far as keeping it, I would use it as long as I can or until I can find another smaller MH. I have no idea really so picked a couple of years at random. Can you explain what the headliner is? Thanks Whizbang for the suggestion.
RVerDiane 04/21/19 10:09am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

Hi all, I spent some time out inside the MH today looking for signs of water damage/mold using my flashlight and nose and sense to touch. There is damage up front in the bunk. That's right under the tear in the roof. I expected what I saw. As far as I see/feel is contained to the front area. I check in cupboards, underneath storage ares and pulled up carpet at the front. There is, however, a 4" step up to the living area from the front seats. Could there be damage under there? Where else can I look? Thanks for reading. Diane
RVerDiane 04/20/19 01:24pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

I did but still wasn't sure.
RVerDiane 04/17/19 08:31am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

Thanks for the ideas. Yes my nose definitely is helpful in this matter. I can see the water damage inside, front. The guy who looked at my roof said he could feel exactly where it was rotten on top. I fully expect damage in the walls and floor possibly. I don't feel any problems with the floor where I can walk. But of course I will check that all. Thanks. Diane
RVerDiane 04/15/19 04:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

What is a Rhino liner?
RVerDiane 04/14/19 07:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

What does this mean-- 'shoot a whole new membrane.' Thanks.
RVerDiane 04/14/19 07:31pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

Thanks to you who gave suggestions on product or methods. Right now I need ideas on what to look for and how to fix it. I don't plan on patching it. I plan on replacing the plywood from the a/c to the front vent. Please keep the encouragement and suggestions coming. Thanks.
RVerDiane 04/14/19 07:29pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C roof damage

thanks to you who replied. I did have the roof checked by an RV repair place. I can't afford the repairs to the entire roof. I do realize this could open a 'can of worms' but I won't know until I do it. Yes I would certainly use full disclosure about the damage. i will probably keep it for a few years if I can repair it properly. Thanks.
RVerDiane 04/13/19 09:47pm Class C Motorhomes
Class C roof damage

My motorhome has some roof damage but I can't afford to replace the entire roof. I had an estimate done and the quote was around $6,000. it's; not worth that. I either want to patch and sell or do repairs and keep for several more years. The roof has peeled back in places and the plywood has delaminated. Can I cut out the bad stuff and replace that with new plywood, the apply a roof sealant? I would have someone do the work since I can no longer go on the roof. There is also water damage inside from that hole. Opinions? suggestions? Thanks. Diane
RVerDiane 04/13/19 02:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: winterizing after MH has been sitting

Thank you all. I did have the gas drained and put in new. I had put in Stab-bil but didn't want to take any chances. I will add to drains and toilet then. If time, I will redo. I'do feel better.
RVerDiane 09/24/18 09:00am General RVing Issues
winterizing after MH has been sitting

I haven't posted in awhile so if this is in the wrong place, please let me know. My MH was winterized 2 years ago. Should I repeat the process or is the antifreeze that's in the line still ok? Thank you.
RVerDiane 09/19/18 08:44am General RVing Issues
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