Originally Posted by Campfire79
You don't need to redo the roof seals and caulking every 2 years. What I do is inspect all seams when I wash it, which is before each camping trip, so at least once a month. Every once in a while I find a dicor joint that has cracked or a caulking joint that has opened up. I always have the stuff on hand and fix it immediately.
I agree with the above as far as the 2 years being way to long. I personally check the roof every spring, summer and in the fall before I cover it for the winter. 2 weeks ago, I noticed that the trim on the left front, top had a 12" crack in the decor where yours failed. The other key areas are the front marker lights. I resealed all the suspected areas with non-sag decor.
I am glad to hear that the insurance company will cover the damage. I am sure the repair shop will pull the front filon and reskin it which would be the only way to fix it.
Thank you for the update, keep us posted.