Sunday, April 3, 2016
Protect Your RV From Water Damage with Regular Maintenance and Care
When it comes to recreational vehicles, water damage is all too common. The fact is that the only thing keeping water out of most vehicles is some caulking and waterproofing along the seams. It only takes one season in the Sacramento sun for this material to start wearing down, so vigilance is important. Whether you own a Diesel Pusher or have invested in a lightweight trailer that can travel the country with you, here’s what you need to know about the rain and your recreational vehicle. Take Care of the Roof You can turn to the professionals for RV repair in Sacramento but it’s better to avoid the problem in the first place. Water leaks commonly start along the seams in the roof, so give this area the tender loving care that it deserves.