A phrase that seems to encapsulate much of what I hear this time of the year. Why isn’t the appliance or whatever working now? The answer often times is maintenance. Especially as we’re coming out of the winter thaw, it’s important to know what you got. On the average, for around $250, I can do a complete systems check including a drop pressure test to make sure there are no leaks in your LP system. It could be something just as simple as a failing or improperly adjusted LP regulator that could be causing your appliances to run erratically. I also do several electrical checks including a “hot skin” test that would indicate a wire being grounded on the frame or somehow power being fed back through the neutral line. These are nice things to know for the proper operation of the vehicle and the overall safety of the occupants.
Don’t forget the generator!
I can do a complete tune-up for an exceedingly reasonable price, and all of this while your rig stays safely parked at your home /lot /storage, etc. As you prepare for this year’s adventures, let’s make sure the RV is ready to roll when you are! While surprises can be a lot of fun on the camping highways and byways, not being able to take a nice hot shower at the end of the day isn’t one of them.
I am an RVer as well, and I want to be the guy that you call the night before you’re heading out on a fun trip and the refrigerator is on the fritz (I stock a nice selection of appliance goodies, even control boards, on the spot). My goal for RVRX is raising the “Service” level where it needs to be in the midst of being fair on the pricing as well. As I have seen throughout my previous 30 years in the construction industry, very often, customers become friends. Allow me the opportunity to show you what I mean and thank you… Gary at RVRX 🙂