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Old 09-13-2011, 06:43 PM   #1
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Roof Repair Question

I've posted on here before about repairing my roof, but am only now finally getting around to actually doing it. (Pretty pathetic ) Anyways, I am looking to fully replace the EPDM rubber roof on my trailer and, for the sake of maximizing time before winter hits, am wondering what the quickest/most inexpensive temporary shelter would be? As I don't have a garage or stationary car port to put it under, I need to figure out what I can do to keep it out of the elements while replacing the roof. Suggestions?



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Old 09-18-2011, 12:02 PM   #2
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Mark - for what its worth. I for one would do the work myself, and later find out the cost of renting a garage / structure added to the cost of materials might exceed the cost of having a shop do it. That didn't really answer your question. I looked around my community and the economy is such that there are plenty of places for sale, finding one that would give you a 30 rental may be hard to find. I did find a place that has in-door storage rental, after I did mine. (Liquid rubber) The Monday morning quarterback says find a place, don't do it out of doors, like I did, however, add the price into the whole job and see if your ahead if you let the RV shop do it. PS I am a home gamer no shop affiliation, and like doing my own repairs. Good Luck. ~Mike


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