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How Often Should I Coat an RV Rubber Roof?

There are two main points when it comes to choosing the best RV roof coating that we would love to share with you.

The Tale of the Best RV Roof Sealant

You just spent a bunch of money on a camper–more money than you intended because you couldn’t score a deal. Now it's time to maintain your roof your hard-pressed to make a decision on RV roof treatment because there is quite a range when it comes to products. There are two main points when it comes to choosing a camper roof sealer that we would love to share with you.

The Best RV Coating comes with a Warranty

If a company will not stand behind its product, then you are likely going to be resealing your unit every year instead of once. It does indeed exist and you are in the right place. Dont believe us, check us out: RV Flex Repair Warranty.

Most RV roof treatments require multiple costly yearly applications whereas ours does not. As RV owners ourselves, we were frustrated that this was the norm. So we formulated our own RV roof sealant, which we are happy to boast is a one-time cost, one-time application with warranty.

The Cost Reflects the Workmanship

The 1 gal can goop that cost $120.00 CND before tax that does a poor job of explaining the application, let alone the poor actual coverage it offers is likely going to start peeling in a year's time when you will have to spend an additional $120 + inflation. Rinse and repeat for 15-20 years until your roof cannot take any more heavy product and needs to then be replaced.  An RV Roof replacement is around $6000.  The $120 dollar can is from a big conglomerate that doesn't care about the environment,  you, or your RV; it's a company that wants you to start over with a new RV, so it can sell you more useless sealant. 

The cost reflects the quality. Quality is not just about cost either, it's about what else the company offers you: warranty, reviews, education, and most importantly communication.

We care what you think.

In our opinion, you should only have to coat your RV rubber roof once but do not take our word for it. Hear what our customers have to say: the proof is in the sealant.

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