Water in side walls
I need some advice: Apparently, in the few short months that I have owned my Land Yacht, some modest amount of moisture has gotten into the curbside sidewall near the rear of my coach.
I have some evidence of delamination on the exterior wall and corresponding interior wall. It is not a large area, and I don't believe (nor does the tech who inspected it) that I have a strucural problem.
Here is my question: How do I ensure that the moisture already infused into the wall dries? How does one rid one's coach of unwanted interior wall moisture?
I have sealed the roof and caulked the windows, and am confident that no new moisture can get in.
Boy! Do I wish now I had added that roof/window sealing maintenence to my list of stuff that was done before I drove the mh to Florida!
Talk about lessons learned! I just hope that no really serious water damage has taken place.
Frank and Susan Davis
33' 1990 Airstream Land Yacht: Edelbrock, Banks, Gear Vendors, MSD, Taylor wires, Super Steer bell cranks, Bilsteins, Roadmaster sway bar, Safe Steer, Pressure Pro, Crossfire, Bigfoot levelers, Rickson 7.5" rims & 245/70 R19.5 Bridgestones on steer axle.