RV Value Destroyed Due To Delamination Issues!

RVers learn quickly that the worst incident their RV can experience is a water leak. And opportunities for leaks abound in every RV. What can happen when even a tiny bit of water leaks into the sidewall of an RV? In this short segment Anthony Yoder discusses a construction technique called vacuum bonded lamination and why RVs built using the vacuum bonded lamination method are practically impervious to delamination due to water leaks. This is #20-41 in the Ask the Manufacturer series.

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