I have been working on my trailer this weekend and the plan was to put up new wall panels tomorrow however, I noticed my ceiling is sagging slightly on the right front side where the upper cabinets above the kitchen used to be.
Not sure if this happened as a result of me pulling those cabinets down too eagerly or if the ceiling was sagging before and I just didn't notice. I unscrewed the one ceiling panel to see if I could pull it off and look at what is happening behind however it did not want to come easily and I didn't want to damage the fiberglass
by forcing it off.
So my question is, can I reinforce the ceiling in way without removing the panels? I know a couple of people have used aluminum strapping or re-framed the ceiling but if there is a way to do this without removing anything that would be amazing.
And if that is a pipe dream, what are the suggestions on taking the panels down without damaging the fiberglass
I should also mention that I plan on cutting out a large opening on that side (opposite the door) so I can't really attach anything to that wall .
Thanks in advance!