Sealing vents and skylights
My my father has had a lot of issues as of late with his 03 fleetwood soutwind with regards to water getting in from the vents and skylights. It's seems like anytime he takes it into have it sealed, it doesn't get perfectly sealed and water gets in and stains the ceiling.
This got me to thinking about my RV. I have a 16 Winnebago Vista which was purchased in December of 2015. I've yet to re-seal the vents and skylights and to be honest I hate to pull all the caulking if it's still doing it's job.
How often do you re-caulk? Every few years? Could having the fiberglass roof vs.the more flexible roofs provide a longer weather proof life? I'm confident it will get me through this season but wondering how long I should risk it beyond?
2016 Winnebago Vista 31BE| 2017 Jeep Cherokee TOAD|Roadmaster Sterling All-Terrain Towbar|RVI3 Braking System