Rubber RV roofs, also known as EPDM roofs, are sturdy and long-lasting. They do require regular maintenance, however. Clean and inspect your RV roof every three months to determine whether it needs repair. During your inspection, check the condition of the caulking. Save yourself the time and hassle and only repair or replace areas of caulking that need it. Pulling up perfectly good caulking is a waste of time and effort.
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Rose Kivi has been a writer for more than 10 years. She has a background in the nursing field, wildlife rehabilitation and habitat conservation. Kivi has authored educational textbooks, patient health care pamphlets, animal husbandry guides, outdoor survival manuals and was a contributing writer for two books in the Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Series.