WE bought our 2013 Trilogy 3800D3 last year and had one camping season on it. This spring, I got up there on the roof and power washed it. Very firm and safe when dry but a little slippery when wet. I weight 275 and had no problems.
It's a pain not having a ladder. After storms and high winds, you need to check for fallen limbs and such. Also, need to check the
caulking every year. You need about an 18' ladder to get up there safely.
We love our coach, it's our retirement home. We have dealt directly with DYNAMAX and they where great!. I had repairs made by them last March and got a tour. My unit was number 100 and they was working on unit 356, they have made a lot of changes for the better.
To turn-off or on my electric hot water heater, I have to go outside to the cover for the hot water heater push a toggle switch, but the propane switch is inside in the control panel. To winterize my unit, I have to remove a wall in the basement and reach very fab n-back to turn the valves.
Mostly the Trilogy is a quality coach but they did some dumb stuff on this ine. Which surprises me because they've been building the motor coach's for many years.
I want to warn everybody about the dealer we used to buy our coach from. First off the lied to us about what our coach had in it. (we bought one that was at the factory, un-seen). After the sale they treaded us like dirt and ignored us. We had several little warranty problems and they said they fix thing that they did not. Their service was so bad we went directly to the factor for service.
They name of this dealer is "International RV" in Elkhart Indiaina.
So, unfortunately we have had a bad experience with this Trilogy and it just hurts to know I spent this kind of money and have all these problems. We had ordered a new 2006 Jayco Designer 36RLTS and never had one problem with it and paid about half as much.
But I still love it, what choose do I gave?