If your Winnebago requires fibreglass repairs to the roof, side walls, or nose cone mouldings, we have plenty of experience and can get your Winnebago looking like new, and also stop the leaks.
How do you know if your Winnebago fibreglass requires attention? For many owners the first symptom is leaking water inside the van, however, it is possible to pick up issues much earlier on. Regular roof inspections for signs of cracking or crazing are early indicators. Small roof cracks allow water to seep into the roof frame, but it can take days, weeks or even months for that water to finally work its way to a visible location inside the van. By this time, the level of damage is much worse and requires a more intensive repair.
Regular work involves re-fibreglassing the roof. This involves removing all roof fittings, removing damaged fibreglass, sanding back, or removing existing roof completely, then hand-laying new fibreglass, followed by a top coat for a complete seal and good-looking finish.
So if your need Winnebago fibreglass repairs in Toowoomba – give us a ring and we can discuss the best option for you.