This is our 15th camper (my 16th)! NONE are perfect! However our Scamp, Casita, Bigfoot, and now Escape are lightyears ahead of any stick and tin campers we've owned in the past.
Think of a camper as a child's playhouse, with Dometic (cheap) appliances, rolling, vibrating, and bouncing down the road. Donna D. once said it's a "Rolling Volcano". With fiberglass we don't have to worry about walls separating, so the strength is far superior!
The stove, water heater, ceiling fan, and furnace are outsourced to other companies and are at best cheap appliances. They are warranted by their respective manufacturers. Over the years we've installed numerous thermocouplers (sp?), igniters, furnace boards, etc, and cleaned out a few wasp nests/mud daubers.
ETI builds the frame, shell, cabinets, and interior structure. With our Scamp, Casita, Bigfoot or Escape we've never had a problem with the build.
Any opening will eventually leak from age or vibration. The Maxx Fan, bathroom fan, and escape opening over our bed are inspected by me at least twice a year. They will eventually leak and need resealing. I can do that myself, but others use RV repairpersons. Carry a tube of caulk for emergency repair, until you can have the leak sealed correctly.
Remember I'm talking about 5 decades of camping and 15 previous trailers, so keep that in perspective. Join RV Horror Stories on Facebook to see what can happen to stick and tin campers. Our worst camper was a 16' Airstream Bambi! We owned it for three months and couldn't sell it fast enough. Our friends have a 23' Airstream that they love, but take it in every fall for repairs. They say, "It's not can you afford an Airstream, but can you afford to own one"
Again, no camper is perfect. OTOH, our Escape is as close as we've come, lightyears ahead of any stick and tin we've owned.
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