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Old 06-06-2016, 12:10 PM   #1
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Apex Ceiling Repair Approach

At one time, it is apparent that my coach had a water leak in the area near the refrigerator (at least that is where the water came thru). I have sealed the roof and all potential entry points successfully, however, the ceiling panels are now not meeting up at the plastic rib in one area. In addition, I would really like to remove a panel or two of the padded foam to ensure any mold/mildew is remediated and then re-install them or replace them.

Does anyone know a supplier for the panels? Also, has anyone removed and repaired or replaced any of these panels? If so, is this a job you would recommend tackling or is it a job you would leave to the professionals and of course, if so, do you have a shop on the west coast you would recommend?

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Old 06-06-2016, 06:03 PM   #2
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I see you are in Livermore. You might want to check with Leale's RV Repair in San Jose. I know they do body work and have done some for me. If you don't end up doing it yourself and they can do it they are pretty convenient to the Bay Area.
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