Your travel trailer is an investment and you often use it to transport a number of things, all of which are important to you.
Whether you transport animals, machines, tools, items for jobs, or other things, the cargo is expensive and the last thing you want is for anything to happen to it. You take great care to ensure that nothing goes wrong. You hook the travel trailer up with care and tie down things that might fall off. But what happens when a leaky trailer roof starts dripping on the things in the trailer? That never leads to good things. Luckily, there is something you can do to prevent this kind of problem from occurring.
How Do I Protect My Travel Trailer Roof?
First, you should inspect your roof on a regular basis. Older travel trailers might spring leaks more easily and more frequently. If you stay on top of maintenance, you may be able to prevent the leaks from occurring by spotting the cracks in the seams and other issues that can come up over the years of use. But staying on top of maintenance on a part of the trailer you rarely see can be tough. If you’d rather avoid the maintenance altogether, it’s time to search out a more permanent solution.
What is RV Armor?
RV Armor is a high-performance polymer that goes onto a roof as a liquid and then cures within a few hours. It is a membrane on top of the roof that is UV and puncture resistant, as well as watertight. You don’t have to worry about maintenance ever again! The system is durable, flexible, and strong. If you’re worried about how long the RV Armor will work, don’t. The RV Armor comes with a lifetime, 100% no leak guarantee and you can even transfer that to another owner if you sell the trailer someday. That warranty goes for both the material and the installation labor involved. The trailer roof is completely maintenance free forever.
Work With Roofing Professionals
If you’re interested in learning more about RV Armor, contact RV Armor
to ask any questions you have. The installation is very convenient and you don’t have to worry about delivering your trailer or doing without it for long. We’ll come to you! Whether you have the trailer at a work site, in your driveway, or loading up in a commercial building, we’ll come to you. The polymer cures in four hours and you can get back to it!