(was Rubber Roof Replacement)
I didn't mention this in the eariler post but my roof had a crack/leak. When I looked at it I thought maybe I should take drastict action. After getting one eye watering estimate of $4500+tax to replace the roof I decided to investigate some repairs.
So far I patched the crack with a product called Eternabond tape. There was some debonding between the rubber and the wood base. I used contact adheasive and after everything was stuck together covered the area with the tape.
I looked at the rest of the roof and what I'm finding is that there is debonding between the rubber and wood from the roof/coach seam inward about 2"-3" towards the center along several feet from about the kitchen vent toward the front of the coach.
What I'm considering is to cut along the seam and rebond the rubber to the wood base and then seal the seam.
I would appreciate any recomemdations for what type of glue to use or any opinions/suggestions regarding this type of repair. I can be contacted offline at firstname.lastname@example.org