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Old 01-29-2018, 09:32 AM   #15
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RV Armor will come to you no matter where you are in the United States. About 130 dollars a foot. Takes two days. If you need something to be removed on your roof they accommodate you. Hope this helps.
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Old 01-30-2018, 07:25 AM   #16
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We had our roof redone by a dealer of RVRoof.com. Pretty expensive but it is guaranteed for the life of the vehicle even if it is sold. Very satisfied with the roof. It is a material like rhino liner for pick-up truck bed, but more flexible.
We had a hail storm with baseball size hail and had no damage to roof, took out all the skylights. It is guaranteed by the company not the person doing the work. There are several dealers in the southern US.

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Another vote for RVRoof and their spray on FlexArmor system. I just had mine done.
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Old 09-15-2019, 02:39 PM   #17
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We just had our 2002 Dutch Star 40' Diesel roof done this week by RV Armor. They shipped everything to my location about 2 days before the guy showed up to do the work.
They kept me informed the entire process, and brought any issues to me to make the decision (paint over, or replace, or keep or get rid of.... ) I felt totally in control and we love the look of the new roof and as stated earlier in this thread, this is one less thing I have to worry about ever again. if interested in our experience and how it was done, you can search youtube for RVacationer video titled "Guess what we got". We filmed before, during and after and then summarized the experience into a 22 minute video for the purpose of sharing so others can make an informed decision.
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Old 09-15-2019, 02:50 PM   #18
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I got the Real RV Flex Armor roof, they will not come to you. you must go to a authorized dealer installer. they remove the AC's and the rubber roof and sprayed the new roof on then reinstalled the AC's and vent covers. I have had it for three years now without any maintenance what so ever. it has a transferable lifetime warranty. you get what you pay for IMHO.
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One year later - RV Armor. Great product. No leaks - very thick coating.
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Great to know! Thanks for sharing. We're scheduled for the Spring. Just couldn't make it work this Fall.
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Rv Armor replaced our roof on our 5th wheel and did a great job, you do have to be out of your rv for at least 3 days due to the vapors of sealant.
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Rv Armor replaced our roof on our 5th wheel and did a great job, you do have to be out of your rv for at least 3 days due to the vapors of sealant.
Approximately what did the job cost?
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Still doing well. I would recommend this product to anyone wanting a worry free roof.
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I had the RV Flex Armor roof installed 4 years ago. it cost $160 per linear foot. this is not the roll on crap that someone comes to your site and rolls on like paint. it is 3/16 inch thick and is indestructible with a lifetime transferable warranty.
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I had the RV Flex Armor roof installed 4 years ago. it cost $160 per linear foot. this is not the roll on crap that someone comes to your site and rolls on like paint. it is 3/16 inch thick and is indestructible with a lifetime transferable warranty.


I had this done 3 yr ago and so far very happy. Virtually no maintenance.
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