RV maintenance might seem like a never ending cycle, especially if you are someone who travels year round. So rather than head to the repair shop every few months when an issue arises, you might be wondering if you can (or even should) tackle some RV repairs by yourself.
If you’re handy there are some repairs that anyone who can follow simple directions can perform. But when it comes to more serious repairs such as replacing an RV roof or having your RV’s roof professionally sealed, you should consult with a professional RV company in your area.
Small, Minor Repairs You Could Do Yourself
RV repairs vary widely in range of severity and also in range of cost. While you want to be sure your RV issues are being repaired properly, you also don’t want to spend an arm and a leg doing so. There are a few minor RV repairs you can perform without having to take your RV to the repair shop.
- Replacing a sewer hose
- Fixing a flat tire
- Replacing a leaky faucet
- Cleaning black streaks
- Replacing torn screens
- Repairing broken or torn interior trim
These are just a few things that some RV owners are able to tackle on their own. However, if you aren’t confident that you can do a good job with the repairs, you may want to contact Elite RV Roof and Collision to give you a guaranteed repair with warrantied services.