Owning an RV means that you become a bit of a Do It Your-selfer (DIYer). Having to always check and maintain your RV is an important part of RV ownership. Regular maintenance not only increases your enjoyment of your coach, but pays for itself in the long run with higher trade in value. Not only will doing periodic maintenance save you money and time, but also troubles at the most important times, when you’re on the road or at a campground, will be kept at a minimum. Who wants to be trying to enjoy a great family outing, only to discover you have to do maintenance while you are trying to relax. You may have a checklist of things to check before heading out on your next adventure, but there may be something that you are missing to check, and that’s your seals.
Water damage can be disastrous to your RV and if you aren’t looking for it, it may be too late by the time you notice. Water is not your RV’s friend. Water damage can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage which no travel trailer or fifth wheel owner wants to deal with. The following is a video to help inspect for water damage. Plus make sure to watch it, especially during these wet Spring months. A little effort on your part, may save you from a large headache.
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