The average RV has many more doors than a stationary building of the same size. Since the RV is meant to move around, its doors undergo more stress than those of a building, and sometimes they need to be replaced. This is true whether the door in question is a tiny hatch for fueling or a huge sliding door in the vehicle's side or rear. Doors are more likely than some other components to fail, but they are also easier to fix. In many cases direct replacements can be ordered from Internet businesses like RVShop.
Replacement doors are often complete units ready to install. The owner simply removes the old door and attaches the new one in its place. This is so whether the opening is the RV's main entrance, an access portal for the generator or other electrical equipment or the door to the water heater's compartment. Any sort of RV door can be replaced if necessary, right down to the louvered cover for the refrigerator vent.
Owners with door problems may not be exactly sure which replacement unit would be best for their application. The staff of experts at RVShop are ready to help. They can access the specifications of almost any RV and determine exactly which of our large stock of new doors is best suited for a given application.