I recently purchased a 1993, 28 foot Damer Hornet Class C motorhome. It had a bit of water damage
Thought it was minor, and shop wanted $4000 to re seal roof and rebuild top bunk. I decided to try it on my own. I have house reno experience but never an RV. Once home I realized the water was from roof caulking and inside bunk walls and ceiling panels were laminating. When I ripped bunk apart and side panels and ceiling above bunk I found out there are no studs as far back as I "chipped" styro foam to edge of upper cabinets. Now that I have it apart and realize there is no framing or joists/ studs I am worried that If I re laminate new Styrofoam and panels I wont have structural support.??
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