I thought I would post back now that several months have passed and we are well into winter and have had a lot of rain in our next of the woods. We live in the foothills near Seattle and it really comes down around here.
The roof was finally finished several months back and it has been great to have a brand new roof. Poulsbo RV
did the work and in the end they did come through fine. If you are going to do business with them at this scale ($10k for the roof) then feel free to send me an email and I will give you a fair and honest assessment of the process. All-in-all I am giving them good points for sticking with a really difficult situation that just turned ugly. They kept their heads and stuck it out even to the point of sending their top tech out to my site several times which is no small drive for them. If I had it to do over I would have gone to Roy Robinson RV
up in Marysville, Wa which had done a lot of work on a prior motorhome we used as full-timers. Ken up their is just the best. I was referred to Poulsbo RV by my Mobile Master RV Tech and it just did not work out the way it should, but it did end up fine.
Would I do it again?
Yes, the roof has been redone, end to end. some of the structural wood has been replace and the vinyl has all been redone.
We have a coach now with an extra strong roof that is said will carry two of me....and I'm a big guy.
One thing I did have them do it reduce the amount of equipment on the roof.
I took out the satellite dish that was OEM....we don't use it.
I removed the large vent above the fridge....we replaced our Norcrap with a residential fridge....and love it.