WE service all types of RVs, including motorhomes, travel trailers, fifth wheels, and toy haulers.
We offer Fluid Analysis on up to 5 fluids-see video below to learn more about the need for this service.
RV maintenance is essential when it comes to keeping everything running smoothly. Almost every item on an RV needs maintenance. Some things you keep an eye on all the time like tires, roof, propane, and tank levels. They may not need “maintenance” but you keep watch that everything stays within appropriate limits and parameters.
Major RV appliances need service every year. Depending on how you use your RV, you may need to do maintenance two or three times in a season.
Examples of some of the maintenance your Rv needs that we can help with…
Air Conditioner – Should be serviced once a year minimum. Clean or replace the filters inside the RV as needed. Clean the evaporator and condenser coils.
Water Heater– Clean and sanitize annually. If you have a Suburban brand water heater, you must change the anode rod annually, at a minimum, depending on conditions. Clean the burn chamber from insects and debris. Maintain proper spark gap
Refrigerator – Clean the burn chamber from insects and debris. Maintain proper spark gap
Furnace – Clean the burn chamber from insects and debris. Maintain proper spark gap
Batteries – Check water levels in all batteries and add water (distilled water is best) as needed monthly. Check your battery connections for corrosion and clean as necessary.
Winterizing – A necessary procedure if the RV will be in freezing temperatures, even for a short time. This removes all the water from the tanks, lines, water heater, and more. Also adding the pink RV antifreeze into the faucets, laundry, and toilet. Remember to bypass the water heater before winterizing. Winterize the water heater by safely releasing the pressure and draining the water heater. remove the low point plug.
De-winterizing – This gets your RV water system back into operational order for the season by flushing the pink RV antifreeze out of the water lines, faucets, laundry, and toilet. Be sure the plugs are put back in the water heater and the bypass turned back to normal operation. Remember the low point plug too.
Roof – Check all roof sealants regularly. Check around the front & rear where the cap and the roof meet. Check the sealant around any object mounted into or through the roof. Also, look for tears in the roof membrane from branches, road debris, or whatever.
Generators- Give the 150 hour and the 450 hour service. Change the oil. Check the spark plugs. Change the fuel filter. Replace the air filter.
Please let us know how we can make your adventure the best it can be! Contact us to find out what we offer and our rates! We are now in business! I am certified in both RV Technician and RV Inspections!
We offer up to 5 different fluid analysis! Send us a message to request an analysis on your motor home, tow vehicle and/or generator!
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