We have a seasonal park model trailer that has an attached Silver Top Florida room on it. I believe the roof on the Florida room is aluminum and it comes in panels that snap together. It was installed in 2014. Just recently when we get very heavy, wind driven rain it leaks slightly in the seams where the panels come together. I have been up on the roof an when they installed it, it looks like they put a bead of some sort of caulking in the seams. In the summer this gets lots of sun and the caulking looks cracked. So is my best bet just to scrape out all of the old caulk and put in a new bead? If so, what type of caulk is best for a roof like this, 100% silicon or something else?
Another person I talked to said the people installing the Florida Rooms now are using Flex Seal tape to seal the seams on top. I was a bit leary to even try this.