Miss ZIVA & Nala

4 weeks old

6weeks to 2 months old

MISS NALA

MISS NALA is a gorgeous 2 year old German shepherd with a beautiful fawn face, she is very loving and gentle with us and a great mum to Zive, They are perfect for each other and eat, sleep and play side by side

Maintaining the RV Roof

Clean Your Roof

Clean Your Roof

Maintaining your RV’s roof is a simple process, which should be done at the very lease, twice a year. Whats entailed: Hose,soft RV Brush, bucket of hot water and a very mild detergent (like dawn) Once your done, its a good time to inspect the sealant around front and rear caps, all vents including plumping vents, TV antenna, Skylight (if you have one) for cracks.
If your a do it your self RV owner, The Product used to seal is dicor (self leveling sealant) if you have a skylight, use skylight sealant or dicor non leveling sealant. If, however, you would rather that your coach to us, (BDR) we give free roof estimates, Low cost roof washing, and great pricing on sealing your RV’s roof.

The Picture to the left is of a Motorhomes Fiberglass Roof, This coach had been sitting on property for four years without any maintenance.The roof was completely covered with Moss and dirt, A pressure washer was used, once everything was off we used dawn and washed the roof and sealed with a two part coating, a Wash Prep, then Sealant which was painted on with roller. The Sealant penetrates all tiny holes that occur in fiberglass roofs.

The Roof

Where ever You choose to purchase your RV, You owe it to yourself to go up the ladder, or have the salesman,or person who is showing it to you, provide a ladder so You can Inspect the Roof! So lets take a look at This Roof:  (Pictures below are of a Rubber Roof)

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To a new rv’er this might look like a good Rubber Roof, but closer examination will show that this roof was painted white, hiding large patch, failed sealant, and in some places no sealant.

Know your Tires

tire-guidegraphicWhen looking to purchase your next previously owned RV, beit from a dealer, dealership, or private party, make sure of the following: All appliances work, (have them turn them on or fire them up). make sure the RV’s Tires are in good shape, check the “DOT” (Department of Transportation) number’s, four numbers which is located on the side wall of the tires after the DOT The numbers represent, in this picture 43rd week in the year, and the year 2014

This Tire was made Oct 19th of 2014