Our mobile RV inspection service is very detailed and provides you a professional report within 24 hours that includes items such as:
The safety inspection is for the buyer or seller that may not be as interested in a full inspection but more specifically the safety items. The last thing anyone would want is to own an RV that could potentially be unsafe for them or their family and friends. When you are in need of an RV inspection service that can provide a safety inspection for your RV, consider Discovery RV Services, LLC.
A few items that are covered with the Safety Inspection include the following:
Having your RV inspected before it goes up for sale is always a great idea. You’ll find out what should be repaired or replaced. Then, you can either do so or disclose the issues upfront. This will enhance buyer confidence and make it more likely that you’ll get a quick sale.
Occasionally Bank's and other Lending organizations will require an inspection before completing the loan process to ensure that their investment is applied to a mechanically and structurally sound RV unit. This is great because it means that you will also receive a unit that will be in great shape and will potentially hold a high resale amount.
If you didn’t have an inspection completed at the time you purchased your RV or if your warranty is about to run out, it’s not too late to work with an inspector! With a warranty inspection, we can help you determine if you have any issues to submit to your warranty company. This is the best way to save money in the long run.
Whether you’re a new RV owner or are simply buying a different RV, we can help! Our orientation session will familiarize you with the RV in question. That way, you’ll be able to get in and ride as soon as we’re done.
You should have your RV Air Conditioners serviced at least twice a year to remove dust, debris, and grease buildup. This will make sure everything stays in good shape and operating at full capacity. 1 square inch of obstruction in the fins will decrease cooling capacity by 1/8 of a degree and put the AC components under stress, shortening their lifespan and causing costly service repairs.
Have concerns that your roof and sealants might be overdue for a review? We will look over all of the potential spots where water can possibly make it's way in. It is a good practice to have your roof inspected up to twice a year.
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Your home is inspected before you purchase it…. why shouldn’t your “home on wheels” be? A lot of RV’s today are just as complex as a house is, if not even more so. We at Discovery RV Services, LLC. believe that everyone buying an RV, new or used, should have an inspection performed so they can confidently know exactly what they are purchasing.
RV’s today are built quicker to meet the consumer demand. There can be issues straight from the factory. This is why we recommend people looking at new units still have them inspected before purchasing. The last thing that anyone wants is to be stuck with an RV that has several expensive underlying problems. It is better to pay now for an inspection and know what you’re buying, rather than paying a huge amount for repairs once you have already made your purchase.
We also recommend sellers to have an inspection done to see if there is anything that should be repaired before you sell. You can always use a clean inspection report as a selling tool!