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30 + years experience
RV Furnace repair
This coach below is a 1997 Gulfstream. It had
a EPDM rubber roof membrane that was at the
end of its life span . We removed the the old
EPDM rubber . Repaired the wood damage
and glued on Docor's Britek roofing system.
Follow this link for our customers testimonial
|We start out by removing
everything off the roof
|On this roof we used 1/4 inch
Ply to overlay to provide a solid
and smooth sub-structure to
glue the TPO.
|This is the completed roof.
We use Dicor roofing
systems on all our roofs
These photos below giude you thruogh our process of removing
and old EPDM rubber roof and installing a new Dicor TPO roof
Most motor homes and trailers come factory equipped with EPDM rubber roofing. They can
last up to about 15 to 20 years before they naturally beak down turn black. At this point in time
there is really only one correct way to deal with it. That is to remove and replaced it with with a
new one piece roofing Material this can be expensive but well worth it. It is required to keep
your roof from water intrusion before your investment is completely ruined water can soak in
through the pours of the old rubber damaging the wood below. As well as the siding and even
the flooring. I have personally seen hundreds of RV with leaky roofs. It is important to inspect
your sealant around all your vents and front and rear caps every year to make sure that there
are not any voids or cracks in the sealant.
Buyer beware there are a lot of scams going on right now with blanket coating, These liquid
coating are a big waist of money especially if your unit is 10 years or older. First off, applying a
product over a damaged product can not last. The sun will bake it right off. If your RV rubber
roof is newer and in great shape it might stick a bit longer, I have personally heard from
countless RV owners how they have spent 1000 to 1500 hundred dollars on these products
only to call us with roof leak issues, The only thing we can do to make it right is to remove the
old epdm material completely off the RV and roll out a new one piece of material. Then you will
be leak free fro 20 to 30 years . Please call for a free rubber roof replacement estimate
|Serving San Diego
CA County est.2006
|RV Rubber Roof Replacements
|Hello folks my name is Jim Hargrove . I have been working on Rv's since 1985. I started at Camping World in El cajon CA. Then moved on to many local RV dealers Years
later I moved up to Oregon to work for Monaco in the early 90,s. Enough of the cold weather I settled back in San Diego. I worked for Beaudry RV in San Marcos for 10 year
just before the great recession swallowed them up I started RV Expert Mobile Service in 2006.
I work out of Santee CA. I service the San Diego area. I specialize in LP Appliances such as RV refrigerators, RV water heaters RV furnaces. I can replace roof top air I also
replace awning and awning fabrics. I have installed thousands of RV awnings dating back to 1985 working at camping world. I stock most vinyl awning fabrics in lengths
between 14 feet and 21 feet. In the color shades of blue, grey and brown. I can also get maroon, green or checker flag. I use Dometic awning material .Expect to get about
7 years or so out of your new RV awning canvas material
RV Expert mobile service can replace rubber roof material. I have installed hundreds of RV roofs. Also repaired countless roofs due to rain leaking in through the rubber
and elswere. We strip the roof, peeling off all the EPDM rubber roof material , vents and moldings. If there is wood damage can repair that as well. Then we roll out a new
one piece of Dicor roofing system. Install all new vents and seal it up. The manufactures offer a 12 years guarantee in the material and 5 years on the my labor. Don't be
fooled by paying a company less money for a roll on liquid rubber just have the sun dry it out in 1 or 2 years then you are back to square one.I have seen many people
taking advantage of with Inferior rv roofing roll on products We have replaced hundreds of rubber roof material and offer quality work at a reasonable price .We also throw
in vents . Thats a great savings for you.
I replace converters and batteries and offer some electrical trouble shooting.
Well thanks for reading the short version of my bio. Hope to here from you soon Please give us a ring at 619-889-5429
RV roof air conditioner installation available
|The Brisk Air II uses its smart design, tighter
specification allowances and improved
materials to maximize air flow and performance.
|We have removed hundreds of old worn out EPDM roofing
material and replaced with Dicors Brite TEK's RV roofing system
We are not a full RV service company. Services we DO NOT cover :
Generator oil change
Tank clean out
|For referrals I recommend
calling your local RV repair
shop nearest you. They
should know all the local RV
repair specialist in your area.
We offer a limited service to list below:
Rubber roof replacement
RV water heaters
RV AC replacement
Fresh water leaks
RV Roof seal
Awning canvas replacement
RV awning fabric replacement
RV mobile awning repair
Slide out repair
CAUTION ::Don't get scammed by a liquid roof repair
|Most vinyl awning fabric in stock and
ready for immediate installation
|We install beautiful 1 PIECE fabrics
manufactured by Dometic
King Of The
R & R
|We service most of
|We are the leading RV roof experts in Southern California.
There is no other company that can match our price or
experience. Call around for an estimate. Then call us . We got
the best price and we also include new vents on all our roofs.
"Solid Business. Solid work. Solid Guy I have a 1989 Bounder motorhome with
a nightmare of a roof leak. I tried and tried to fix it with no luck. Called around
a few places and was getting insane price quotes for a roof replacement. It's a
hard decision to make when it comes to replacing the whole roof an an old
motorhome. After talking to Jim we felt more comfortable replacing it. He gave
us a no BS price quote that was far cheaper than his competitors and
guarantee no surprise charges".
|Best price in town
Highest quality workmanship
Highest quality material available in
the industry backed by a
12 year warranty
Call for a free
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|If your roof is soft, water has probably
penetrated the sealant. This can cause major
damage. Always have your sealant checked
every year to prevent this from happening
|If your roof is turning black it might be
time to replace it. We will strip off the
old EPDM rubber roofing material and
install a new Dicor one piece roof
|This picture below show the sealant
starting to split. The sun can split the
sealant within one year allowing water to
enter under the rubber. This can lead to
water intrusion and destroy your RV roof.
|If you see water stains on your interior
ceiling panel you have a roof leak. Do not
wait to address this issue. have your
sealant inspected before it rains again.
|Sometimes it is necessary to remove
the damaged plywood. We can install
new plywood to provide a solid
foundation for our roofing material.
|Once our new plywood is installed we
glue on our new one piece Dicor
rubber roofing material
|We had removed and replaced the
damaged cross members and installed
a new plywood roof.
|Dicor's Britek roofing material offer a
12 guarantee on the product and 5
year on the labor.
|Then we glue down the
new roofing material
For the engine compartment, periodically check stud nuts around the carburetor and on the manifold for tightness. Make sure the
carburetor is clean and the linkage pivot points are lubricated and free moving. Check all bolts and screws around the fuel pump and
its lines for tightness. Drive belts on the fan and alternator, air conditioning and power steering must have the proper tension and not
be damaged. Keep the air cleaner and fuel filter clean. Oil level and condition is critical on RV engines, so change it and the oil filter
regularly. Watch for leaks around filter, oil pan and rocker arm covers.
The cooling system ranks with the oil in importance. To keep rust and scale from building up, thoroughly flush and drain the system
at least every two years, refilling it with a good glycol-base coolant with a rust inhibitor. The radiator, radiator hoses and water pump
must be checked for leaks and loose connections. Make sure hoses are firm; soft or cracked ones may blow under pressure.
A clean battery with tight connections, good electrolyte level and no corrosion will be dependable. Dust and caked-on dirt can harm
the alternator, generator or even the distributor, so they must be thoroughly cleaned. All engine wiring must be in a position where
jouncing from rough terrain or engine movement won't cause chafing. Also, engine heat can melt insulation on electrical wiring, so
make sure wiring is out of the way.
The fluid level in automatic transmissions is critical. Check it regularly. Automatic transmission fluid is usually red; when it looks
brownish, it needs changing because it's either dirty or has been burned through overheating. Inspect shift linkage for security, too.
Off-road driving is rough on chassis parts; shock absorbers, even heavy-duty ones, won't last as long. Check their condition more
frequently than you would on a car. Proper wheel alignment is necessary for good handling but is hard to maintain if you drive on
rough roads. Check for bent tie rods and links. Front and rear wheel bearings should be inspected if the vehicle is used off road or
the wheels are frequently submerged in water. Inspect for rust and corrosion on brake linings, too.
Tires and wheels are your only contact with the road when you're under way, so they demand attention for safety as well as handling.
Check rims for dents, lug nuts for tightness and tires for uneven tread wear, abrasions and proper inflation pressures. All wiring for
external lights should get a complete checkup for tightness of connections, breaks and other potential malfunctions.
When you check over the engine compartment and chassis of your recreational vehicle, remember the two major troublemakers: dirt
and vibration. Dust collected on back roads combines with moisture and packs the smallest crevice. Jolts from bumps and potholes
are transmitted throughout the chassis and engine, gradually loosening everything that can turn. Routine maintenance should
include cleaning and tightening.
Check life-support systems
Recreational vehicles usually contain one or more life-supporting systems, such as water, gas and waste disposal. Check these
regularly, too. Water systems need only to be drained periodically and flushed with fresh water. You can remove stale taste in the
system by adding a mild baking soda solution to the flush. All you need do for the disposal system is to drain as required; for any
complications, call a plumber. Propane gas systems for heat and cooking are usually maintenance free; just keep burner heads
clean. All three of these systems do require occasional tightening of fittings. Check propane gas lines for leaks at connections by
brushing on a mild soap solution and noting the location of bubbles. Never check with a lighted match!
Most motor homes have a 12-volt auxiliary lighting system that draws power from a second battery. Give it the attention you give your
engine electrical system battery and you shouldn't have any trouble. If your unit also has a 11 a-volt alternating current system for
appliances, it will draw power from a separate generator that runs on gasoline from the main fuel system. Service this small engine