Just because you are looking at a newer high end RV doesn’t mean the roof is alright.
Hello everyone. It's Jason again with myRVresource.com. It's like the Yellow Pages for RV services. Today I'm in lovely Sanford, Florida and look at that Sky folks. I'm doing an inspection on a 2020 45 ft Diesel Pusher. It was built in August 2019 and right now it’s February 2023.
This RV is less than 4 years old and I want to talk to you about your fiberglass roof. Why it's important to see what's going on on that roof before you purchase. So today I'm up here looking at this fiberglass roof and we're just going to look at what I saw. That's some pretty serious cracking in this fiberglass roof and we don't know what's going on under there. You can feel that there is a gap between the fiberglass and the wood there. It feels like the wood may be swollen underneath of the fiberglass. There could be water damage inside, but I haven't been inside yet so I don't know.
Being on the roof you can see where there's possible water intrusion and you can look for it when you go inside. With your Weekly One Reason To Get An RV Inspection it's Jason and you have a nice day.
Jason and Lisa Carletti are the only Master Certified RV Inspection team in the country. They perform RV Inspections in Florida.