Warranty & Inspections

Have you ever read your owners' manual or the roof warranty? We have. First of all, the warranty is only for one year to the original owner. There is no warranty for the next owner. Even if you opt to get an extended warranty, we notice that the roof was not covered.

The warranty requires you, the owner, to inspect the roof frequently. Notice the word "frequently". You have to inspect this yourself or pay to have it done out of your own pocket.

The other requirement is that you have to reseal or re-caulk any areas needing attention, again, out of your own pocket. This is what they call maintenance. The manufacturers throw this maintenance requirement out there because they know most folks won't do it.

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So what good is the Warranty?

It is no good, it's a sham. The material is warrantied for 12 years by Dicor to the original owner, but you still would have to prove the material had failed. Not the caulking and adhesives but the roofing. Very rarely does that ever happen. In the event that it did, all they would do is supply you with new roofing and you would have to pay to have it installed.
Dicor is the licensed distributor for the material that is manufactured by Carlisle Syntec called Bright ply. Carlisle would not honor any warranty because the material was installed incorrectly and not in accordance with their recommended procedures.

Free Inspection

If you just went out and purchased a new RV, you need to be wise to these issues because it could easily cost you several thousand dollars to repair. If you have an older RV, you need to pay attention to the roof, and all the other areas water can get in and ruin your RV. Come by for a free inspection, and we will walk around with you to show you some concerns we have uncovered.