WHAT ARE THE USE CASES FOR RV ROOF COATINGS?
While many people have considered using an RV roof coating, they may not have been exactly sure when and why they should install it. Not knowing the exact use or use case for something makes it pretty difficult to confidently install it. This post will explore the three primary instances in which you’ll want to install an RV roof coating: When it is new and you want to protect it, when it is leaking and you want to stop leaks, or when it is aging and you want to prevent leaks. What are the uses of RV roof coatings and how can they benefit you?
Protecting Your New RV Roof with a Roof Coating
Even a brand new RV can be a good candidate for a roof coating if you want to protect it. Similar to a screen protector on your smartphone, a seat cover in your car, or the plastic wrap around your TV. There is nothing wrong with the roof on the RV and it still has a lot of life left. But rather than let the roof become damaged and then repair it, you can install an RV roof coating right “out of the box”. Installing an RV roof coating on your new vehicle will keep the roof in better shape longer, and you can simply recoat the roof in 10-15 years for continued protection.
Preventing Roof Leaks with a Roof Coating
So your roof isn’t leaking yet, but you think it may begin leaking soon. If you want to get out ahead of the leaks, go ahead and install a roof coating on your RV. Why wait for leaks to strike when you can prevent all leaks with a simple coating? You aren’t wasting the roof on your RV, it’s still under there, you’re just protecting it with a new coating. There’s no need to wait, just go ahead and apply a coating so you never have to deal with the headaches of a leaking RV roof!
Stopping Existing Leaks
Say you didn’t know about RV roof coatings, or didn’t see the roof leaks coming, or didn’t have time to install a roof coating. Either way, your roof is now leaking. No problem! Just make sure your insulation isn’t wet and damaged, and apply a roof coating to the roof on your RV. You’ll stop existing leaks and prevent future leaks just like that.
As you can see, the use cases for an RV roof coating are just about all the time. When the roof is brand new and not leaking, when the roof is aged will start leaking soon, or when the roof is aged and is leaking. Any time is a good time for an RV roof coating because they protect your roof and protect your investment.