Gary, I am happy to say that our Sunline is now back in our driveway. Drove up to Gore yesterday and brought her home. Again, thank you very much for "hooking us up" with Mr. Miller. I could not be any happier with the outcome of the repairs. All new roof, new awning gears and new awning fabric. Mr. Miller is a great resource for us Sunline or any rv owner who wants to hold on to their paid for rv for a few more years. He does top quality work, charges a very fair rate, is a great person to work with. I wish I had pictures with the old roof removed but we live about 160 miles away so watching the progress would be difficult. Roger did remove the old membrane, the old underlayment, repair the water damage, install new insulation, layed down a 1/2" plywood roof underlayment, installed new EPDM membrane. Far better than I would have been able to do, not one bubble to be seen. Perfect sealant job. Now I can safely walk on the roof for cleaning, sealing and general upkeep(need to get new a/c cover). Please do not walk on your Sunline roof without extreme care. I was shocked to see what Sunline put under that rubber membrane. Basically thick cardboard. Guess that is why Herb Tester at Sunline cautioned me many years ago about venturing up there. I am a happy camper right now, that is for sure. Time to give her a good bath, wax job, bearing service and start packing her up for another camping summer. Thanks again Gary, I really appreciate it.
2003 Sunline F281SR(weekend fun)
2008 F-450 Pick-em-up
2006 Teton Scottsdale(home)(Sold to a young couple in Missouri, they are happy fulltime campers)