When damage strikes, or you notice a water leak from your RV’s roof, time is of the essence. Even a minor leak can transform into an expensive, time-consuming repair. Knowing your options is the best solution. For most RV owners, repairing the leak using Liquid Roof coatings makes the most sense and will save both time and money. Why choose this option when there are others available? Actually, there are quite a few reasons to make this choice.
Fast Application for Less Time Invested
One of the first reasons to choose Liquid Roof coatings for your RV roof repair is the significant speed of application. This substance allows you to apply just one coat to the roof, where others might require up to three coats. Moreover, you don’t really need any special equipment to apply it. A squeegee and a paint roller are really all you’ll need. With just those tools, you can usually coat a larger RV’s roof in about two hours.
Waterproof from the Start
With most roof repairs, a simple rain shower can spell disaster. They’re water-based, so if rain hits them before they’re cured, they will just wash away and you’ll need to go through all that time and effort again. That’s not the case with Liquid Roof coatings. This substance is waterproof from the instant it is applied to the roof of your RV. That means even if it rains halfway through your application, you’re safe.
Flexibility and Freeze Resistance
Most RV roof coatings on the market (other than Liquid Roof) are water-based. That means they’re easy to clean up, but it also means they’re more susceptible to problems than if they were based on another substance. For instance, water-based roof repair products are susceptible to damage from the freeze/thaw cycle. Liquid Roof coatings are not. In addition, they maintain their flexibility, unlike other products. This is an important consideration with the expansion/retraction pattern created by heat and cold, as well as the tension created in an RV roof while driving and taking curves.
Repairs and Replacements
While Liquid Roof coatings can be applied for spot repairs to rips, gouges and scratches, it can also be applied as an entire roof coating in just a few hours. This allows you to easily handle whatever life happens to throw your way, whether a low-hanging branch was responsible, or you’ve noticed that your aging RV’s roof has seen better days.
These are just a few of the many benefits offered by Liquid Roof coatings for your RV. There are others that are just as important, including the material’s superior resistance to ponding, its UV resistance, and the fact that even if it rains while the material is curing, you will end up with a strong, reliable repair that will last for years to come. Why take chances with something as important as roof repair?