How many RVs on the market are sold by private owners? That answer is 60%. Many RV buyers don’t know what to inspect when purchasing an RV. This results in some costly repairs after their purchase.
Knowledgeable RV buyers know the best ways to save money. They know what they are getting into when purchasing an RV and getting it inspected.
It is important to have trained and certified RV inspectors performing your inspection. The RV industry deserves Quality RV Inspections for the millions Of RVs used on the market today. This is where we can help. We can help with the needed pre-purchase or pre-sale inspection. We are an NRVIA Certified RV inspector.
As an NRVIA certified RV inspector we are trained to exceed the highest standards in this industry, promote professionalism and communicate our findings in full detail with clients. Our services include…
To draw a comparison, when you visit your Doctor for your annual physical, prior to seeing the Dr, blood tests have been ordered, lab reports obtained so the Dr can fully understand what is going on inside your body. The same is true with fluid sampling for your RV. Fluid sampling is an important portion of the inspection process.
Fluid Sampling fees are additional to the Inspection fee.
4, 5 & 6 samples include ovenight shipping to the lab.
Travel & Mileage: Travel, tolls, and mileage fees will be added to the cost of the inspection. Rates will be quoted when we discuss your inspection.