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Weeping Seals Repair in Arizona

Weeping Seals Repairs

Weep holes or drain slots play a critical role in the proper operation of your RV. This allows any moisture or condensation that accumulates on the interior windows and doors to drain away, keeping your RV dry and free from mold and mildew. And for new RV owners, this can be a daunting task to figure out how to repair weeping seals on your own.

At Precision RV Glass, we specialize in repairing weeping seals for all types of recreational vehicles. Our team of experienced technicians is trained to diagnose and repair any issues related to your RV’s glass, including weeping seals. We use only state-of-the-art equipment and materials to ensure that your repair is done right the first time. And with our same-day service, you can have your RV back on the road in no time.

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List of Weeping Hole Repairs We Do

  • Replacement of weep hole and sealant
  • Repair any existing damage to the weep hole and sealant
  • Installation of new weep holes on windows or doors
  • Re-sealing of existing weep holes

How to Know If You Need Weeping Hole Repairs

While many RV owners tend to overlook the condition of their weeping seals until it’s too late, there are some signs that you should look out for.

Look for signs of water damage inside or outside your RV

Since weeping seals are designed to drain away moisture, any water damage especially in areas where weep holes are located is a sign of an issue.

Check for cracking or warping in the sealant

Sealants are made from rubber or plastic and are prone to cracking, warping, and even peeling away from the window or door frame. Given Arizona’s hot temperatures, it’s important to check your weep holes regularly for any signs of wear and tear.

Examine the weep holes for any debris or dirt buildup

Weeping seals are susceptible to clogging due to dirt and debris build-up. If you notice any debris or dirt buildup, it’s a good indication that your weep hole needs to be cleaned or repaired.

How Our Weeping Hole Repair and Replacement Works

Step 1: Window Seal Inspection

Our team will begin by inspecting your existing weeping hole for any damage. We’ll also examine the sealant around the window or door to ensure it’s still in good condition.

Step 2: Prepping for Weeping Hole Repair

Once we’ve identified any damage, we’ll prep the area for repair. This will involve removing any existing sealant or debris from the weep hole.

Step 3: Weeping Hole Replacements or Repairs

If needed, our technicians will replace the weeping hole or repair any existing damage. This is where our experience and expertise come in handy, as we use only the highest-quality materials to ensure a long-lasting repair.

Step 4: Re-sealing

Once the weeping hole is repaired or replaced, we’ll re-seal the area to make sure everything is properly sealed and secured. We use caulking or foam sealant, whichever is most appropriate for the job.

Step 5: Final Inspection

We’ll finish off by performing a final inspection of the repair to make sure everything is done correctly. We’ll also provide you with any advice or tips on how to properly maintain your weeping seals in the future.

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How Our Weeping Hole Repair and Replacement Works

Step 1: Window Seal Inspection

Our team will begin by inspecting your existing weeping hole for any damage. We’ll also examine the sealant around the window or door to ensure it’s still in good condition.

Step 2: Prepping for Weeping Hole Repair

Once we’ve identified any damage, we’ll prep the area for repair. This will involve removing any existing sealant or debris from the weep hole.

Step 3: Weeping Hole Replacements or Repairs

If needed, our technicians will replace the weeping hole or repair any existing damage. This is where our experience and expertise come in handy, as we use only the highest-quality materials to ensure a long-lasting repair.

Step 4: Re-sealing

Once the weeping hole is repaired or replaced, we’ll re-seal the area to make sure everything is properly sealed and secured. We use caulking or foam sealant, whichever is most appropriate for the job.

Step 5: Final Inspection

We’ll finish off by performing a final inspection of the repair to make sure everything is done correctly. We’ll also provide you with any advice or tips on how to properly maintain your weeping seals in the future.

Schedule Your RV for Inspection Today

Let our auto glass repair experts handle all of your weeping seal repairs in Arizona. We specialize in repairing sporting vehicles, so you can feel confident that your RV is safe with us. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and get your RV back on the road quickly and safely.

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FAQs

We recommend having your RV's weeping seals inspected every 90 days or three months. This is what most manufacturers recommend, and it helps to ensure that your RV is in top condition.

Yes, you can repair your weeping seals yourself. However, for a more precise and professional job, it's best to leave it to the experts. Our repair jobs are covered by 100% satisfaction guarantee for your peace of mind.

Most weeping seal repairs use a combination of caulk or foam sealant, depending on the location and specific repair. It is important to use only premium-grade materials to ensure a long-lasting repair.

Yes, we do! We understand how important it is to get your RV back on the road quickly, and our same-day service means you can have your RV up and running in no time.

The cost of weeping seal repair depends on the size and complexity of the job. For a more accurate pricing estimate, contact us today to speak with one of our technicians.

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