We get all kinds of requests from our customers to customize their RV for Business and for Pleasure. Painting the outside of an RV is a big job, and painting it black is even more challenging. Dark colors, especially black, reveal imperfections in the body and the paint. We spent extra time in preparing for the paint and some additional steps in the painting process the get this Class C to look great. We were really happy that the owner was delighted with the transformation of his RV.
Replacing a roof on a typical motorhome is difficult and takes a skilled and seasoned technician to get the job done right the first time. This roof is not made of the common rubber roofing material used on most RVs, but is made of fiberglass. It was delivered in an huge large diameter roll that covers the entire length of the RV from one end of the roof to the other. I’m very happy with how well everything turned out and greatly appreciate the timely and perfect job my crew accomplished.
The tear down of this Roadtrek posted last week has revealed significant internal damage. We’ll need to replace the rear wheel and rear suspension, differential, compartment boxes, part of the floorboard, some plumbing and electrical and the side body panel. After that, it will need a lot more little details flushed out and then off to paint, but when we’re done, this popular RV will be as good as new.
As an authorized service and repair center for Roadtrek, we get the opportunity to work on these great motorhomes. This one got smacked really hard and took a beating. We have a bit more teardown to do before we can give an accurate evaluation, but so far, it’s not looking too bad!