There are plenty of things to maintain on an RV. The last thing you want is to spring a leak in the roof and have to deal with repairs on top of regular maintenance. ​

The roof is a tricky part of an RV to maintain. It’s not really safe to climb up there and check things out, and fixing seams and small leaks is a downright pain. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an RV roof you didn’t have to maintain? Luckily, there is and it’s called RV Armor.

Get a Permanent Membrane

Most roofs have a lifespan and you have to replace them eventually. It happens on a home and it happens on an RV. However, if you have the RV Armor membrane installed, it’s the last roof you’ll need on your RV. Not only is it long-lasting, but it’s guaranteed on both the material and the labor and you can transfer that guarantee over to new owners.

Enjoy Convenience

When you take your RV out, you want to relax. You don’t want to spend time driving it all over town for maintenance and repairs. If you want the RV Armor Membrane installed, you can have the crew come to you instead of going to them. It can be done while you’re camping, in your driveway, or while you’re at work.

Affordable Option

The RV Armor membrane system isn’t only long-lasting and durable, but it’s actually cost-efficient as well. You can count on this roof system costing you at least 30 percent less than a system you would tear off and replace again later. You’ll save now, and you’ll save more later when you don’t have to replace it again.

The Winning Combo

With a unique combination of flexibility, durability, and strength, this membrane is attractive and waterproof and won’t let leaks through. With energy efficiency and additional performance enhancements, it’s hard to see the downsides to this system. You can even have high or low temperatures without any impact on the system.

If you’d like a lifetime leak-free RV roof, the RV Armor membrane is the way to go. Contact RV Armorwith your questions or to set up a time for the installation on your RV. Your roof is likely going to leak eventually. Replace it sooner and let the RV Armor maintain a leak-free barrier on top of your camper.