At Coach Specialists of Texas, we are RV enthusiasts ourselves, so we know how frustrating it can be to discover problems with your motorhome’s paint. Maybe you’ve noticed areas of rust or delamination. Or perhaps you got a long scratch down the side from an errant tree branch. Maybe you’ve just returned to Texas after a long trip around the country and your paint is looking a little worse for the wear. No matter what the cause, it can really detract from your lifestyle when you’re sporting paint problems on your recreational vehicle. Unfortunately, the only situation that’s worse than having RV paint problems is having to live without your RV while it’s in the repair shop for FOREVER.
Well, at Coach Specialists, we have some good news for you.
First of all, it doesn’t actually have to take forever to get your RV repainted. In fact, you can be on the road again within 2-4 weeks without ever turning into Rip Van Winkle. The other good news? You can even stay in your RV while it’s at the shop. The trick is to find a trustworthy, reputable RV paint shop that can promise this to you. For some information to help you in your search for RV repair shops, visit our previous posts.
In the meantime, let me explain what affects the amount of time it takes to repaint a motorhome:
· The quality of the RV repair shop. This is very important to keep in mind—some RV repair shops might promise a quick repaint of your RV, but the quality of their work might be questionable. Too many shops lack the proper equipment, facilities, and training to accomplish the sophisticated paint work necessary for most motorhomes. Other RV repair shops will take well over a month to complete paint work, but the quality will still be bad and that’s because they have such an enormous backlog of customers (again, due to lack of proper training and equipment).
· The types of surfaces in need of paint. As you can imagine, if you only need a small area of your RV repainted vs. the entire vehicle, it will take significantly less time to accomplish. Conversely, if you have rust, scratches, dents, or other damage, these problems might increase the amount of time necessary to paint your RV, since they’ll need to be addressed prior to painting.
· The type of paint work needed. Many RVs have multiple colors, as well as unique fades, custom layouts, and special effects. All of these qualities can affect how intense the paint work will be, as well as how long the job will take.
Are you looking for an RV repair shop in Dallas to repaint your motorhome?
At Coach Specialists of Texas, we specialize in all areas of RV paint and repair. We do custom paint work, delamination repair, siding repair, accessory painting, specialized color-matching, and every other kind of RV repair you might need. Our shop is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and the best-trained technicians in the business. We promise you’ll be more than satisfied with your RV repair at Coach Specialists!