Step 1: Figure Out What Your Roof is Made of

Check the owner’s manual specifications to determine what your RV roof is made of. Doing this is important because the material used may limit your repair options. 

Use a ladder or scaffolding to get a bird’s eye view of your roof and give it a once over.  The first thing to look for is apparent damage in the area above where the leak occurred.

Step 2: Inspect the Usual Suspects

Step 3: Assess Your Repair Options

Many people are capable of sealing a few minor leaks. The difficulty level increases when more complex repairs are required, such as resealing or replacing an entire membrane roof.

Keep Reading: How to Fix RV Roof Leaks in 5 Painless Steps

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