The owners were shocked when they saw what the water damage to their bathroom looked like once the old flooring, toilet and shower pan were removed. The best part was knowing how delighted they were when they saw the beautiful restoration that looked as good as new and ready for their next vacation.
This Class C is about to get a brand new awning and just in time for a sunny vacation down south. There have been some issues with tariffs causing increases in prices and shipping delays. So, if you wish to have a new awning for your home-on-wheels give us a call right away to get the latest details and an installation scheduled in time for your next outdoor adventure in the sun and relaxing in the shade when needed.
Did you know that Almaden RV is one of the very few authorized Airbag Replacement Centers for RVs within a 100 mile radius of San Jose? Give us a call today so we can get your home-on-wheels back on the road asap.
This Roadtrek is getting finished ahead of schedule. All of the parts came in on time, including the parts we ordered for the hidden damage that was not revealed until the initial teardown was completed. Replacing the Airbags is next and then an all around quality check.
Our collision crew is making speedy progress on this Roadtrek. All damaged parts have been removed and new parts are on the way. Bodywork and additional prep work to the suspension and such will be completed in about the same time the parts arrive. After that it’s time to carefully reassemble body parts and suspension. Then a thorough operations check for all functionality. Finally an all around quality assurance check to make sure everything is back to factory specs and ready to hit the road.
This week we’re working on prepping this Roadtrek for collision restoration. The damages from the accident cannot be fully estimated until all broken and damaged parts are completely removed. Then we can take a better look at everything to see if there were any hidden issues or additional damages. The reassembly should move along fairly quickly, so we’re hoping to get this RV back on the road asap once all of the parts have arrived.
It looks like this RV may have been in a turn when it took on some damage, which is a very common event for motorhomes. The worst of the damage is located at the rear lower section to the cabin doors and their compartments. Some parts will be replaced and the remaining will be refurbished. By the time the job is completed, everything will be perfectly restored to it’s original luster and function, and ready to go on another fun adventure.