The goal of this page is to show the extent of damage that can be caused by a small water leak over time. Some leaks are so small, they can be undetectable from the inside for several years.
The links to the left show before and after pictures of a 1984 Terry Taurus that was completed earlier this year.
We recently finished a 2001 Jayco as of October 2009, that had severe structural damage that had been undetectable from the inside. All of the water that "dripped" through the roof, soaked into the frame and had taken what looks like years by the time a small ripple appeared in the ceiling wallpaper. By this time, the total damage was over $10,000. The 2001 Jayco pictures also include the reconstruction phase to illustrate the magnitude of work involved. The after pictures speaks for itself. Although, we enjoyed challenging our skills to complete this project, which we are all proud of, we still cannot emphasize enough the importance of checking your roof annually to avoid this severity of damage.
The most recent project completed November 2009, is the 2000 Arctic Fox Deluxe camper with slides. The following photo's illustrate how a small impact in the fiberglass can destroy a camper in 1 YEAR. This was another challenging project which required us to reconstruct the "cab-over" floor, part of the left side wall, section of front framing, and install a new extremely large fiberglass backed panel. This 3/16" panel wrapped the entire front of the trailer from the top, to the front window, to the underside of cab-over area, down the vertical face at lower window, to bottom of trailer. This piece was 8 feet wide and about 25 feet long.
Thank you for viewing our photo's and hope that you take roof maintenance serious. The second purpose of this page is to show the extent of work that we are capable of and we are proud to show it. Because of our pride in our quality, we believe that our service is 2nd to none. If you feel your roof needs preventative maintenance, come in or call and speak to our service department regarding the best approach to avoid costly future expenses.