Total Roof Rebuild for a Georgetown Motorhome

We’re back to work on rebuilding the entire roof for a beautiful Georgetown motorhome. We posted the removal of this roof a couple weeks ago. A delay in receiving parts and materials from the source often causes a hold-up in the repair schedule, so we’ve got to pick up the pace to get this roof rebuilt and installed in time for our customer to drive away on their next trip. The original aluminum frame was in perfect shape to reuse and it won’t be long before we lift up this rebuilt roof, set it down and perfectly re-connect it and all components to the RV. Stay tuned for more updates from this impressive and complete motorhome roof rebuild.

RV Slide-out Subfloor and flooring Gets Replaced.

It was best to remove the slide-out on this RV to fully access and replace the subfloor and flooring back to factory specifications. Water intrusion was the cause of severe damage. Next, we’ll insert the slide-out, hook up and re-calibrate the mechanics and insure the unit slides in and out for a perfect fit and seal to keep out all the elements and keep in all the comfort. Give us a call today if you have any questions about the needs of your motorhome. IMG_3405

The Dutchmen is Ready Head Down the Road.

Here’s a couple “after” pictures of the previous post. It’s the Dutchmen RV, now beautifully restored and looking like it came off the showroom floor. Attention to details is one of our top priorities. This motorhome has passed our quality control checklist and is ready for the happy owners to head down the road for another fun adventure. From maintenance & service, body & paint, to upgrades and remodels, we do it all and get it right the first time. Give us a call today, we’re read to take care of what you need. Screen Shot 2019-05-23 at 10.53.02 AM

Dutchmen RV Gets a New Rear Panel Section

This Dutchmen motorhome accidentally hit a stationary object while turning left. We were able to replace the damaged area with a full rear panel section and then blend the joints between the original and new siding above and below the window. So far, everything is perfect and now we’re getting ready for paint.IMG_3598

Expert RV Body & Paint at Almaden RV

We just started working on this motorhome that sideswiped an object at slow speed. So far, the damage doesn’t look too serious, but more may be revealed during the prep process. There will be some fiberglass and paint work ahead, but hopefully not much else. We’re also experts at handling the insurance correspondence and paperwork. Give us a call today so we can restore your home-on-wheels to factory specs!


A Typical Day at Almaden RV

Just a quick view of a typical day at Almaden RV. From old to new, short to long and from trailers to coaches, we do it all and get it right the first time. Give us a call today for any questions, services and repairs you have in mind for your home-on-wheels.Screen Shot 2019-05-14 at 1.26.03 PM

Avoid Water Intrusion & Water Damage

Here’s a before-and-after picture of an RV that ended up with some bad water damage around a window. The water intrusion came in through old caulking and caused structural damage all around the window. If caulking is too old, cracked and/or has lifted off the surface, water can get past what was once a sealed and protected joint. Water damage can begin and then continue to expand. Most likely it will go unnoticed until a failure of structural integrity becomes noticeable. Give us a call today to learn how affordable it is for Almaden RV to inspect and service the caulking all around your motorhome.

This Georgetown is Getting a Complete and New RV Roof

From the previous post, here’s the entire roof that was removed from the Class A. We successfully lifted it off the motorhome all in one piece. There was also a great deal of interior prep-work needed to free all of the walls and cabinets from the roof. Water intrusion was so extensive that a complete and new RV roof must be reconstructed from scratch, similar to the way it is built at the factory. Follow us for more details about restoring this beautiful Georgetown to factory specs and it’s original luster.

Entire RV Roof Gets Removed

Today we’re removing the complete roof from this very nice Class A. The damage from water intrusion was so extensive that the most cost effective and time efficient method of restoration will be to remove the entire roof, at one time, all in one piece. This is a very big job requiring lots of planning, attention to many inside, outside and structural details, as well as expert technicians to make a flawless transition back to factory specs. Stay tuned for this interesting and sure-footed RV roof restoration.

No RV Job Too Small or Too Big

This week we’ve been doing lots of RV Service & Maintenance work as usual, but there are also many smaller jobs in process for collision repairs, painting and some structural reconstruction. No RV repairs are too small or too big. If you’ve got questions about your motorhome, give us a call and get the answers today.