Don't Let Your RV Go Down the Drain: A Guide to Roof Maintenance

With proper maintenance and regular inspections, you can ensure that your RV roof stays in top condition for years to come.

1. Regularly inspect your RV roof for signs of damage.

2. Keep your RV roof clean and free of debris, leaves, and twigs. This will help prevent moisture pentrating.

3. Choose the right cleaner for your roof. Use cleaners approved for your type of roof and free of harsh chemicals.

4. Use soft-bristled brushes when cleaning your roof to avoid scratching the surface.

5. Inspect the seals around openings and vents on your RV roof to ensure they are not cracked or damaged.

6. Evenly distribute your weight when walking on the roof to help prevent injury or damage.

7. Avoid using pressure washers when cleaning your roof.

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