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Old 08-09-2014, 11:21 PM   #1
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Repairing Water Damaged Ceiling

Hello all,
First off, I'm new here, so please bear with me. I don't even know if i'm posting this in the right forum. We own a 2001 Flagstaff superlite 26fr camper. We just bought it from my grandparents. The ceiling and roof at the back where the bathroom is, is really mushy. The ceiling is hanging down a little, and is really rotted from a leak from the skylight. I removed the shower curtain, which the screws just pulled out from the rotting. I pulled on it a little bit, and It just fell down. The boards are like 2mm thick. Then there is a layer of Styrofoam about 2 inches thick. Where do I get replacement boards? Somewhere like Lowe's or Home Depot? About the roof, its mushy also. But its all one piece. I don't see where you can take anything off. Will I have to cut the roof? I'm just looking for a little guidance for this project. Next job will be the entire floor. Thank you guys so much for any help. I will post some pictures of it also, if I can figure out how!!!
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