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Old 03-08-2011, 02:26 PM   #1
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Time for a new roof. Yeah!!

So our '98 Discovery is ready for a new roof. The original rubber roof is no longer white so I figure it is time to take care of it. There are no leaks as of right now but probably not far off. I found a guy that will put a new liquid EPDM coating over the existing roof for a very resonable price but I wanted to see if anyone has any experience with him before I pull the trigger. Anyone have experience with The RV Roof man (http://www.thervroofman.com)? Would love to hear some feed back.
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I have no experience with the Roof Man, but I would strongly recommend investigating the products and procedures for doing the job yourself. Many of us have done it for significantly less money.
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It's not that difficult to do yourself and it's way cheaper.
Here is a link to my blog that tells about my experience with liquid rubber.
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I have a 94 pace 34ft and have decided to do it myself, I found this http://www.outerland.com/RV/
DIY project on another forum and checked with a construction contract friend of mine and he has a bunch of leftover EPDM that will fit my rig so I buy the glue, some sealant, tape and a few new covers. Looks like it may turn out to be about $450.00 tops.
If you know any contractors or see any businesses getting their roofs done it would be worth stopping and asking if they have scrap. My piece was 15ft x 42ft. Cost me a case of beer.
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