RV Water Damage
Water damage in the interior of your RV can range from relatively insignificant water spots to serious warping that can have a strong negative impact on your ability to enjoy a road trip in your vehicle.
Water damage can also result in the formation of mold and mildew colonies, which can be harmful to the health, particularly for those who are prone to allergies.
Fortunately, the skilled professionals at Unlimited Collision & RV are here to help with all your RV water damage needs.
What Causes RV Water Damage
Water damage happens frequently with RVs as they age, especially if they are used extensively for lengthy trips. If you live in or travel to a part of the country where atmospheric humidity levels are high, water damage may also pose a problem — especially if you leave your RV in an unsheltered area.
Windows where the seals have come loose may provide a way for precipitation to enter the RV interior.
Leaks and spills are other culprits. The most common areas for water damage in RVs are under the windows, in the bathroom, and in cabinets. However, water damage can occur in any part of the RV, so be sure to be able to recognize the signs in order to have it repaired as soon as possible.
Left untreated, water damage can continue to get worse to the extent that your RV may be unfit for use — particularly if associated conditions such as black mold gain a foothold.
Common Signs of RV Water Damage
Signs of water damage include warping on walls, flooring, and ceilings, dark spots on cabinets and other wooden fixtures, and an unexplained musty odor.
Please don’t hesitate to call us at 623.979.7565 or contact us via our convenient online form for more information on how we can help you with your RV water damage needs.