Originally Posted by jimbrv
Why don't you call Grand Design about this. I'm sure they'll make it right. You won't get it fixed on the interweb.
He's asking questions about value and if it's the appropriate fix.
And yes, Grand Design has an excellent reputation.
The first question to answer is why did it delaminate?
The reality is that a fiberglass repair, done properly, can be patched in and not affect resale because you won't know it's there. I'd think this is beyond the capability of most RV dealers however, and I'd probably be looking for someone with RV "paint" experience or a marine shop that deals with fiberglass/gelcoat.
Is that paint/gelcoat on the side or vinyl?
Before I let shops do repairs like this, I ask to see prior (and existing) examples of their work. Many RV-shops will subcontract it.