This week we’ve been repairing the front of this trailer from severe water damage. It’s easy to forget, but a yearly roof inspection is a must. In a short amount of time the seams in the roof of this RV took a beating from the sun and cold weather. It eventually cracked enough to let large amounts of water seep in and under the outer skin. Once inside, the water kept everything soaking wet and caused extensive rot damage. It could have been a lot worse, but this is still a fairly big job that will be quickly restored and returned to the owners in as good as new condition.
We made a fast and beautiful job with this Class C that had damage in the front fender and rear corner. As you can see, it is now completed and looking fabulous. The owners are very delighted. Again, a special acknowledgment to my awesome crew!
Re-roofing an RV is a big job that can only be completed one way, the right way. This one also took on additional damage when the roof was torn apart from hitting an overhang, ouch! But now, it’s as good as new with special thanks to our great crew!
This Travel Tailer posted a few days ago, which was damaged from being too close to a fire, is now getting the door fabricated by Elias. Soon we’ll install and fit the siding on the slide-out, and before that replace all of the insulation, electrical and anything else that was damaged from the extreme heat of the fire.
The initial work on this beautiful Newmar coach was posted a short while back and today we’re so happy this big job is completed. The siding was perfectly replaced and the color matching is flawless. Our customer could hardly believe their eyes when they saw their coach looking as good as new after a terrible run-in with a far reaching roof overhang. We are so proud of the high level of craftsmanship we have at our shop!
Last week we started repairing the outer walls on both sides of the slide-out on this nice Prowler travel trailer. Fortunately, the damage was only to the siding and not the inner wall and beyond. This week the siding will be fitted, attached and caulked after the insulation is replaced and such.
This finder binder will be a quick fix with a new bumper and lights, but we’ll have to match the paint just right to make it look as good as new!
This Class C was towed to our shop today after being rear ended. The estimate for the repair would have been much greater if the rear end impact had damaged the floor of the RV, but it did not. The black water tank, plumbing and supporting metal framework was destroyed. The resulting front impact would have also been very costly to repair if the suspension and or radiator had been damaged, but again, they are good. We’ve got our work cut out for us on this one, but nothing we haven’t done many times before. Stay tuned for the “after it’s repaired” pictures.
Here’s a quick shot of a beautiful new roof job going on in our shop this week. The A/C and a few new vents are installed, got a few more vents to go and a final calking. After that, this RV will be ready to hit the road and gracefully endure just about any weather dear Mother Nature may have.