I don't usually cover my trailers for the winter, and never had a problem. The other day I noticed that there were icicles hanging from under the awning roll. Evidently, where the awning is attached to the trailer, there must be a problem with the calk, if there is calk, allowing the melting snow-water to drip in-between and re-freeze.
We have had an unusully cold and snowy Winter here in Northest Ohio, so when Spring finally does arrive, what kind of calk should I use. I assume silicone?
I know it would help to see a pic, but by the time I though about it days later, they had melted.