We were given the job. We will start sometime after Thanksgiving, more pictures to follow.
Date(s): October 23, 2011. Album by Dan Hellier. 1 - 43 of 43 Total. 749 Visits.
4 Soft spot / no wood/ in wall between slide out and rear cabinet of main bedroom.
5 Water damage at side of bed. Floor does not feel soft, damage unknown at this point. Hopefully can be saved as is.
6 Rear wall inside the closet, pretty much gone.
7 rear wall / ceiling at bedroom upper cabinet.
9 Water damage, center bedroom near wall, better seen in next picture.
11 Puddle of water on kitchen counter. Leak is obviously bad just in front of slide at forward joint of kitchen ceiling.
12 Forward joint of kitchen ceiling.
14 1 of 2 plumbing vents that are completly gone. You can see very obvious water damage to the wood underneath the rubber liner hear.
15 other one
16 Rear seam of rubber roof coated with metal roof coating which is flaking off. Entire area that is coated, the wood is completely rotted away. Chances are the rubber won't be salvageable either after being coated with this stuff. It will most likely disintegrate when the liner is pulled back to replace the wood. See estimate for more info.
17 Other end of rear seam.
18 Previous antennae mounts.
19 Here you can see the liner needs to be re-coated.
20 Front seam, same thing. Area of wood at least a foot wide and entire width of trailer is completely rotted.
21 Larger picture of front seam.
22 Forward slide roof needs re-coated. Installing slide out covers will reduce by 90 some percent water intrusion around the slide, as well as u.v. damage to the liner on top as seen here. See quote for more info, also see slide out page of my web site www.ncrvsolutions.com
23 February 20. Starting demo.
25 Sopping wet 2x4's
28 Heavy de-humidifying to prep for tomorrows repairs.
29 Middle bedroom. Water had come in around plumbing vent.