KENT, Wash. — To prevent water damage and save yourself thousands in repair costs, it’s important to check your RV for signs of water intrusion, Do It Yourself RV explained.
A travel trailer or motorhome flexes as it rolls down the road, Do It Yourself RV noted. Vibration and small bumps tear open seals, allowing rain water or condensation to find its way down to your RV’s wooden subfloor.
Someone who doesn’t regularly inspect their RV for water intrusion, could end up with a repair bill totaling over $10,000. In this video, Chuck Woodbury interviews Chris Nelson from Valley RV Supercenter in Kent, Wash., about water damage repair in a Class C motorhome.
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