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How Are Your Slide Out Seals Looking?

Hurricane and the rainy season is upon us here on the Gulf Coast. Have you had your slide seals conditioned, cleaned or replaced recently?

Slide seals are a very important part of your RV, they keep insects, water and debris out of your Rv. Over time slide seals can deteriorate from age and the sun. Neglecting them can mean costly repairs or even replacing your slide out entirely. Cleaning your RV’s slide out seals with some regularity is the best thing you can do to maintain their health. Make sure you remove any debris from your slide out before moving them back in, and occasionally give your seals a coat of rubber treatment to ensure a water-tight, strong seal. If you ask a service technician, they’ll all say the same thing about slide out seals: they’ve never seen one that hasn’t leaked. They’re only thin pieces of rubber, and there’s only so much they can do. At some point, you’re going to have to cut your losses and replace your slide out seals. If you wait too long, you could risk damaging the wood frame around your slide out. These repairs can be done in one day, and costs can vary widely, depending on size, wear and number of seals. Call us today to schedule your slide out maintenance!

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