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A dry interior starts with the exterior. Sealant around roof vents, skylights, antennas, etc., can break down over time, allowing moisture to seep in. The good news is, prevention requires little more than some elbow grease; the first step is to carefully scrape away old sealant (a putty knife is OK on aluminum and fiberglass roofs only. Otherwise, use a non-marring plastic scraper carefully to prevent tearing the roof membrane).
EternaBond tape is another way to prevent water/moisture intrusion. It can be used around roof vents, transition seams (as in where the front/rear cap meets the roof) or any place there is damage on the roof. Use care when applying, however; as the name suggests, once it’s in place, it’s there for eternity.

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