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Leaks and water seepage are two of the most common problems faced by RV owners, writes Reece Carter at RVinspections.com.
Even if you take care of your RV as best as you can, there are chances that the water may seep through the roof or even minute cracks in your windows and doorways.
Water damage to an RV can be very costly. Not only is it a health concern, but it can also damage the machinery, which will cost a lot in repairs.
Continuous water seepage into the RV can cause serious respiratory issues for the people who use the RV often as it accelerates the growth of black mold and nasty fungi.
You need to inspect your rig regularly and thoroughly to ensure that things don’t get out of control. The sooner you detect the problem, the lesser will be the damage.
To read Carter’s five tips for inspecting an RV for leaks, visit www.rvinspections.com.