First time repairing a camp trailer that had a rotted out floor. It can be done. A soft spot in the vinyl turned into a major repair. All bad and rotted out pieces of wood were removed and replaced. Most difficult part was removing and replacing the floor that the exterior wall was sitting on.
Dean Fox, Service/PDI Technician from Keystone RV Center shows what type of repair you can expect if you do not take the time to maintain your motor homes seals, or plumbing system. This motor home suffered severe water damage in the floor due to lack of maintenance and is looking at a very costly and time consuming repair. Make sure you're educated or have your unit regularly maintained to avoid a repair such as this. For more information be sure to visit our website at http://www.keystonerv...
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It seems whenever we tread into completely new territory there is always some level of fear and apprehension, which I think causes delays and helps us not to screw anything up. But once we brave past the fears of having little clue what we're doing, we accomplish parts of our goal and gain confidence again. Overall it has been a very rewarding experience, and though we have no regrets, we are hoping the co...
1961 Aristocrat Travel Trailers floor being replaced. Front 1/3 of floor was replaced prior to this video. Wood rot was most of the reason why this floor had to be replaced. Other factors include lack of insulation in floor and needing to restore the trailers frame by sand blasting and painting.
This is 21 minute video showing the removal of slide-outs to repair the water damaged floors and roofs. If you have any questions on RV Repair feel to contact us on here and if your look to purchase an RV we have the unit for you.
This video is part 1 of a 30 minute video demonstrating how Gulf Stream Service Technicians replace a slide out floor without removing the entire slide out. This part focuses on a main/living room slide. Some details are covered in more detail in part 2.
A common problem with replacing sub-floor is how to provide adequate support of the newly formed and installed flooring edges. I show the entire process from lay out and demolition to installing new flooring structures, 'blocking' and the new sub-flooring ready for carpet.
Just as I was beginning RV renovations, replacing the motor home flooring, I discovered I had a leaky toilet. I had to remove the toilet to troubleshoot where the leak was and ended up getting a whole new toilet and replacing the RV toilet with some plumbing and flooring renovations to boot.