My extended warranty excludes any structural problems
Replying to an Old Post here but- my issue was the Arizona Heat. Had the bubbles appearing in the front nose in the afternoon and evening as the Sun hits the front but not in the mornings. I took the front off and there was an obvious moisture leak at some point in the upper left but in the center where the bubbles were appearing it was perfectly dry. By the way, it's cardboard glued to the front nose material. The two layers are very thin, possibly 1/16 in each . It's not delamination which occurs between fiberglass and the wood siding , but it's similarA couple questions for all of you who have had the delam problem.
1) Do you live where it gets very hot?
2) What direction is the front of the trailer facing when stored?
3) Did you use a cover? If so I am assuming that it was not inside or under a structure.
In past posts I was noticing some common circumstances on some of the delam posts. It seemed in the post I looked at, that a cover may be working like a green house and trapping heat. Could the front caps be letting go of the structure because the adhesive is getting to hot especially if the front of the trailer is facing South or East? Anyway, it's just a idea.