...how do I prevent mine from doing that???
I had to swap out my A/C gasket, and while up there realized that the roof is just a rubber-type sheet glued to the top of a piece of plywood. When I damaged the gasket (hitting a chain over a gate
Lesson learned: look side to side and UP!!!) I also tore a small chunk out of that rubber layer, so I patched it up while putting on the new gasket.
While up there, I see spots that look a little raised, it isn't all uniformly flat and smooth on the wood.
So in the past couple weeks, I have seen a couple of trailers on I-10 going the opposite direction as I am, and their rubber layer was delaminated and sucked up, flapping in the wind about 2-3 feet above the wooden layer.
I DO NOT
want mine to ever do that.
What causes that, and what can I do to prevent mine from doing it?
I wish there was a way to inform them that their roof was coming apart, but we are heading opposite directions at 65 mph, and I could never catch up to them if I tried.