RV Sales, RV Repair, RV Service
S.M.A.R.T. (Gas Motorhomes)
S.M.A.R.T. (Diesel Motorhomes)
S.M.A.R.T. (Towable Units)
S.M.A.R.T. (Sprinter Only)
S.M.A.R.T. (Pop-Up Trailer)
RV rubber roof repair
Repair, service, and installation of RV rubber roofs. Most manufacturers suggest you have a roof seal inspection once every 3 months. This includes checking around all roof and plumbing vents, the television antenna and any other items install on the roof. If you have a rubber roof you should have the roof treated at least once per year. This is a UV protectant that inhibits the sun form doing damage to the rubber. If you have a rubber roof and it needs resealed most RV's use Dicor seal.
Complete Appliance Service
Most all appliances in your RV need to have a yearly maintenance done. In some cases the manufacturer will deny warranty service if the annual maintenance is not done. We can package multiple services together in order to save you money, otherwise we can service each item individually.
Wheel Bearing Packs
Your bearings need to be packed annually. Over time, grease breaks down. Heat produced by brakes speeds up the process. Since the trailer’s weight rides on the wheel bearings, keeping them well lubricated is critical for safe RVing. In addition if the grease seals wear down the grease will contaminate your brakes and cause major problems.
Check the seal around your windows once every 3 months look for cracks in the sealant where water can get in. About every 5 years you should have the windows removed and resealed as the sealant will heat up and squeeze out between the window frame and the exterior of the RV.
Your generator needs to have the oil changed once a year or every 100 hours. Your generator needs to be started at least once a month and ran for 2 hours under 50% load. Gasoline has a rated shelf life of about 30 days and after that it starts to varnish and gel. This causes the carburetor to varnish and not allow fuel to the proper location. There is no way to clean or rebuild the carburetor you will need to replace it with a new one and that can be expensive.