The Exterior of the RV is primarily the sidewalls along with basement / storage area. The primary worry or concern with the exterior is with delamination . This is where the water penetrates into the exterior wall and soaks the wood holding the fiberglass to straight and becomes soft from the trapped water. The water expands and contracts which causes the fiberglass to “bubble” out.

The other issue is with the End Caps (Front and Rear). These will develop cracks and also have a tendency to leak in the corners where they attach to the roof.

Below are some must read articles for the buyers guide.

Jacks Down warning light?

| jacks, Tips, Tricks and Hints | No Comments
Most leveling systems have a sensor in the reservoir for the leveling jacks to determine if all of the jacks are retracted. It works by expecting that the fluid be…

Leveling Jacks -Resolved

| Exterior, jacks, Repairs and How-To | No Comments
If you have been camping in an RV (Class A, B, C or even Fifth Wheels) with a leveling system for any length of time you will undoubtedly run into…


| Exterior, Heating, HVAC, Interior | No Comments
Heating Furnace The Furnace is one of the standard heating appliances and is powered by the 12 volt DC power system thus requiring a 12 volt house battery to be…

Air Conditioning

| Air Conditioning, Exterior, HVAC | No Comments
Air Conditioning (A/C) Basic Concepts The Air Conditioner in most RVs is a combination of 12 Volt DC control system (thermostat) and 120 Volt AC power. If your RV or…