Turn to our professional team for delamination repair work.
If you have an RV, its exterior surface is likely constructed of fiberglass or laminated panels. These materials are designed to act as a waterproof layer between the outdoors and the interior part of your vehicle. However, if the outer panels aren’t properly attached or if the RV is older, delamination can start to occur.
Delamination is when the outside materials begin to separate from the interior components of the RV, and it usually requires professional delamination repair services. Fortunately, if you’re in the Greensboro, North Carolina area, you can rely on our experienced team at Triad RV Repair LLC.
We’re proud to offer a wide range of RV repair services, including delamination repair services. If you choose to visit our shop, we’ll make sure to thoroughly assess the condition of your vehicle before explaining our delamination repair plan to you. Typically, this process will include identifying any sources of water leaks or water damage, removing damaged sections of your RV’s exterior, and then fixing any underlying structural problems with your vehicle. For instance, we may need to replace some of the framing or insulation if it has been significantly damaged.
Once your RV’s inner layers have been repaired, our delamination repair process will move on to adhering the new outer materials to your vehicle. We’ll take great care to ensure that the new panels are firmly attached before adding the finishing touches, including any sanding or painting work.
As you can see, the delamination repair process can be fairly complex and time-consuming, so it’s best left to an experienced RV repair team. If you need help with your RV, don’t hesitate to contact us today!
At Triad RV Repair LLC, we offer RV delamination repair for customers in Winston-Salem, Clemmons, Greensboro, Lexington, Advance, Asheboro, Bermuda Run, Brown Summit, Colfax, Germanton, High Point, Jamestown, King, Lewisville, Madison, Mocksville, Pfafftown, Rural Hall, Salisbury, Statesville, Thomasville, and Yadkinville, North Carolina.