RV Roof.com is Trade Marking Their Roof Sealant

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RV Roof.com is trade marking their specially formulated RV roof sealant, as other companies have been trying to imitate the RV Roof.com process with cheaper, hybrid polyureas.

RV Roof.com, a company that specializes in RV roof waterproofing, is having their signature seamless product trademarked. Their product was designed specifically to seal RV roofs, and is unlike other waterproofing products as it is extremely hard to puncture, won't crack, and comes with a 20 year guarantee. Based in Green Cove Springs, FL, RV Roof.com has been waterproofing RV roofs for seven years across the U.S. and Canada.

RV Roof.com uses a specially formulated pure polyurea they call RV FlexArmor. Owner David Adair worked with a chemist to create this formula specifically for RV roofs. Traditionally, RV Roofs are covered with rubber, fiberglass, TPO or aluminum, all of which can crack and need yearly cleaning and maintenance. Cracks and unsealed joints can lead to leaky roofs and lots of water damage. RV FlexArmor is completely different from the traditional coatings on RV roofs, it is applied with special equipment and it is not like one of the elastomeric paints that can be purchased and applied at home. RV FlexArmor seamlessly covers the entire roof, is very flexible, and does not crack, so joints will never need re-caulking.

RV FlexArmor is self-cleaning, as everyday dirt and grime washes away easily with rain. It is also reflective, so temperatures inside the vehicle do not spike with the heat from the sun, and remains about 25 degrees cooler than RVs with traditional roofs. RV Roof.com offers a 20 year no-leak guarantee on RV FlexArmor treated roofs, and can work with all RV makes, models and ages.

<br>About the company:<br>
See the difference RV Roof.com’s 20 Year Sprayed Roof can make on RV roofs. Their sprayed roofing removes all the existing caulking joints on a current roof, and creates a seamless roof that no longer will leak around fixtures or roof edges. All screw holes, frames and edges are covered providing a durable, yet flexible, roof for RVs. For more information about RV Roof.com or RV FlexArmor, please visit their website at: http://www.rvroof.com.

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