Category: RV siding

Replace Worn, Cracked Color Band Siding with Us

With millions of Americans who enjoy RVing, it’s no surprise that many people still have their ’90s and early ’00s RVs on the road. However, after 20 years of sun and rain – and countless miles – you may end up needing to replace a section of your camper’s siding. While you could just fit any… Read more »

Sealing Your Trailer: Something to Do Annually

When you are enjoying the world from the windows of your treasured trailer, you want it to be a fun and enjoyable experience. What you don’t want to experience is dampness and flooding because you forgot to seal your trailer. That’s why we recommend resealing your trailer annually to keep water from getting into your… Read more »

How to Properly Measure for RV Siding

Replacing the siding on an RV is an excellent way to revitalize the look of your vehicle, whether a classic camper or contemporary caravan. With a full spectrum of different choices for style and color, there are a lot of different things that RV owners can do to update the siding on their vehicle as… Read more »

Figuring out what siding you need for your vintage trailer

At Hemet Valley, we make it as easy as possible when determining what kind of siding your vintage trailer restoration project may need. Restoring trailers have becoming more popular these days with people realizing they can have all the amenities of a new trailer, with a cool vintage look of the old ones at a… Read more »

You can purchase vintage drip rails at Hemet Valley RV

Looking at pictures of canned ham trailers or seeing one in person, you automatically get butterflies in your stomach, but you’re not sure why. That’s because nostalgia and that can-do American spirit is taking control of you. America IS the canned ham. Do you own one? If so, you’re in luck… Good news all you… Read more »

Delaminated Filon Trailer Blues

The joys and perils of the fiberglass trailer Do you own a fiberglass, or Filon, trailer? They first became popular in the 90s. Since then, several companies have developed fiberglass trailers. Their popularity is again on the rise, as people are attracted to their smooth sleek look versus the corrugated aluminum. However, with that said,… Read more »

The life of a trailer tire

Happy New Year!  Hope you had an enjoyable holiday season.  2013 is sure to be as unpredictable as 2012. Have you ever been on the road, driving your RV, calmly staring at the endless American road ahead of you when – all of a sudden – you hear an explosion?  The calm is gone, the… Read more »