The roof on your RV is the most important part of your unit, no matter if you use your RV part-time or full-time. Regular roof maintenance is required on all types of roofs, especially rubber roofs. Without regular maintenance, you run the risk of damage to your roof. Even the littlest things can damage your roof, like a tree branch. Finding the smaller, fixable problems is always easier and less expensive than waiting until the major problems happen. Here are a few maintenance tips for RV rubber roofs.
If your unit was made in the last few years, you probably have a rubber roof called Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer. EPDM rubber roofs are made to last 20 years or longer.
If you have any questions about caring for your RV Rubber Roof, don’t hesitate to call your local Bish’s RV Service or Parts Department.