We are researching approaches to repairing or replacing the fiberglass roof on our 2011 Georgetown 337 DS XL coach. While traveling this past summer, we got some roof leaking in the bedroom area of the coach and behind the driver's seat in the front part of the coach. The 2011 Georgetown has the super slide on the driver's side of the coach.
We recently attended the 2015 California RV Show in Pomona, CA. We talked with the representative for RV Roof Armor. The cost for the roof is slightly more than $4,100 and comes with a lifetime material and labor warranty. According to the representative, if we sell or trade the coach, the warranties go with the "VIN" number; therefore, the new owner is covered by the warranties.
RV Armor is headquartered in Florida. Work is done locally by their trained installers. Our concern is that California is pretty strict regarding contractor licensing and insurance. We're checking to see how California handles this type of out-of-state contractor.
We're also researching other companies in Southern California who seem to offer a similar roof repair/replacement service similar to RV Armor.
We're the second owners of the RV coach. The first owners must have experienced roof leaking. Repairs done were sloppy at best. We had temporary repairs done this summer.
The RV Armor roofing process is somewhat similar to single ply roofing membrane installed on a flat building roof. We have something similar to this installed on our house roof. The process is analogous to shrink-wrapping the roof.
Has anyone with a Georgetown coach had a roof installed by RV Armor? By a different contractor offering a similar type roofing system? By a contractor in Southern California?
We would appreciate your comments.
Palm Springs, CA.