RV Roof Repair & Leaks Repair
Our committed staff has served thousands of clients, ranging from those with quite urgent needs to those looking for reputable products that can extend the life of an existing roof. When it comes to RV roof leaks we receive countless calls from folks in desperation telling us stories of dealing with RV leaks repair. Many of our customers have faced the same issue year after year and others just discovered their leak just after recently purchasing an RV or motorhome. For many customers we hear the same story over and over again; “well we put this elastomeric on our roof every 4 years but it still leaks.” OR “we have tried everything and when we wash our roof the material we put on starts peeling off”. When customers call us we are not at all surprised with their initial skepticism. But after viewing the videos sent in by our customers and reading the testimonials it becomes clear very quickly that Liquid EPDM is unlike anything out on the market. This is part of the reason for its 26 year history in successfully recoating RV’s.
Chemically speaking, EPDM is basically ethylene propylene diene monomer and was first developed in the 1960's and has since been a great solution within its niche of industries. The drying properties of the EPDM are depended on the prevailing air temperature and oxygen availability. The curing mechanism in this product will therefore vary depending on the air temperature. Although the material can be put on at any temperature; oxygen is required to activate the hardener. The curative properties of the EPDM Liquid rubber will therefore change from inactive to active and back as temperature changes. Quite frankly Liquid Roof can be applied at freezing temperature but it won’t cure until it gets above 55. In fact a newly coated roof can be exposed to ponding water and if the temperature of the water is above 55 it will actually cure underwater. You will also be pleased to learn that the physical and protective properties of Liquid EPDM are not compromised even during temperature swings. You can’t say that about any other product! Liquid EPDM takes a relatively shorter time of about 3-5 days to dry and cure your RV roof. As mentioned however, this time is depended on temperature.
Product Usage for RV Leaks Repair
EPDM is used in a wide range of recoating and repairs, these include:
- Weathered metal roofing
- Weathered sheet rubber roofing
- Weathered modified asphalt and urethane foam roofing
- steel (especially if exposed to salt environment)
- For Fleetwood models with ALPHA roofs you will need to use the ProFlex Primer
In the case of asphalt roofing, it's advisable to apply our ProFlex primer first before applying the Liquid Roof. ProFlex has been tested to work in conjunction with Liquid Roof and is the best available water proofing product. It can also be used on concrete roof decks. If your RV roof leaks the only solution for you is Liquid EPDM (Liquid Roof). Just look at the numerous benefits and advantages which cannot be compared to any product of its kind on the market.
Benefits and Advantages of Liquid EPDM
- Ozone and UV resistant
- Works well on ponding water and can also withstand ponding water even when not yet cured
- Is effective on a wide range if roofing materials except Petroleum and silicone based materials
- Reduces heat
- Energy Efficient
- Waterproofing properties are experienced immediately
- No primer needed on most surfaces
- Requires only One-Coat application
- Alkali and acid resistant
- Has long term flexible with resistance to freezing
Unconditional 10 Year Warranty
EPDM Coatings is proud to offer the only one coat 10 Year warranty in the RV industry and is transferrable. With over 25 years of proven success in the RV industry; Liquid Roof has proven time and time again to outperform any other RV roof coating. Once you get to our order form you will be given the opportunity to upgrade to a 10 year warranty or keep the existing 5 year warranty. To upgrade you simply choose "Yes I want a 10 Year Warranty". The system will automatically update your order by adding enough material to be applied at a 30 mil vs a 30 mil. A gallon covers approximately 42 sq. ft. per gallon but for a 10 year warranty you will want to apply it at the rate of 30 square feet per gallon. Once you place your order you will simultaneously be e-mailed a warranty certificate containing your order summary and warranty number.