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Old 03-08-2019, 10:50 AM   #1
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RV Armour

Has anyone had dealings with RVArmour?
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I have not but I researched them and rvflex armour which is at rvroof.com. we decided on rvroof because it's much much thicker but it's also much more expensive. Both have pretty good reviews although a few individual installers have some less that stellar records. Just rber when you research that rvarmour and RV flex aor are not the same at all. It took a while online before I realized that. Rvarmour is newer company and process. Also rvroof.com's RV flex armour has to be done at an installers facility. Rvarmour is done where ever you are because it's painted on. RV flex armour is sprayed on. Whole process takes 3 to 4 days. Rvarmour is a 1 day process I believe.

Oh, by the way. RV flex armour at rvroof.com varies a bit but we paid $210 per foot length of RV.

My wife and I did a blog post about the whole process. It's pretty extensive. Here are the links to the Blog posts about the rvroof.com install we had done in late January this year.

INTRO:
Walkabout With Wheels Blog: APR RV in Mesa, Arizona

PART 1
Walkabout With Wheels Blog: APR RV FlexArmor Application: Part 1, The Roof Tour

PART 2
Walkabout With Wheels Blog: APR RV FlexArmor Application: Part 2, Show & Tell

PART 3
Walkabout With Wheels Blog: APR RV FlexArmor Application: Part 3, Our Motorhome Roof is Prepped

PART 4
Walkabout With Wheels Blog: APR RV FlexArmor Application: Part 4, Spraying on the Roof Protection

PART 5
Walkabout With Wheels Blog: APR RV FlexArmor Application: Part 5, The Big Reveal!

The PART 5 post has a coupon for $50 off if anyone wants. Just print out the photo.

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Old 03-09-2019, 08:11 AM   #3
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Thanks for the info. I had not heard of the other company. I will check them out. Thanks again.
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Howdy!

Great information, I’m planning on having our roof done in the near future.

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We had RV Armour installed on the roof of the American Eagle we used to own and were very pleased with it. The installation process was truly amazing -- the installer methodically removed every bit of sealant and caulk on the roof (and that pile was HUGE, let me tell you!) and prepared every single inch of the roof surface before applying the product. It was a two day process and the end result looked fantastic. A nice touch is they leave you with a 'touch up' kit to use if you ever need to do anything on the roof that breaches the seal (replace rooftop equipment, etc).
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