Preventative Maintenance

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It doesn’t matter whether you own a pop-up or a diesel pusher, when you made the decision to purchase an RV it was a major investment. Like any other major investment there are certain things we must do to protect it so we can enjoy it. Your RV needs to be maintained just like your house and automobiles need to be maintained. To take the hassle out of maintaining your RV, below we have put together some standard maintenance packages and specials for you.

Appliance Service

(Every 12 months)

What You Get

  • Clean refrigerator, water heater and furnace burner tube assemblies
  • Check operation of refrigerator, water heater and furnace
  • Verify proper air mixture on water heater
  • Clean stove burners of debris
  • Check operation of stove
  • Replace interior air-conditioner filters, as needed
  • Visually inspect rooftop air-conditioning units

Why You Need It:
Many RV appliances have liquid propane (LP) systems, and it is very important to keep the burn chambers properly cleared of debris.

   
Starting at  $319.99   

RV Brake Inspection & Lube

(Gas motorhomes, every 12 months)

What You Get

  • Remove the tires for inspection of brake linings, rotors and hoses
  • Perform high-pressure cleaning of brake sediment
  • Lubricate slack adjusters

Why You Need It:
Annual servicing of the braking system ensures proper operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition of the system.

Excludes Air Brakes

   
Starting at  $148.50   

RV Brake & Axle Service

(Trailers, every 12 months)

What You Get

  • Remove tires for inspection
  • Test brakes for proper operation and amp draw
  • Remove the drum and hub
  • Inspect brake shoes for excessive wear
  • Inspect and repack wheel bearings (as necessary)
  • Check and adjust air pressure in tires

Why You Need It:
Annual servicing of the braking system ensures proper operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition of the system.

   
Starting at  $219.00   

Premium Rubber Roof Pack

(Every 12 months)

What You Get

  • Complete clean rubber roof
  • Visually inspect Roof Membrane
  • Visually inspect Roof Sealant
  • Reseal with Dicor Sealant

Why You Need It:
Maintaining your rubber roof is one of the most important aspects of your RV maintenance. Prevent and catch any possible leaks you can't yet see in your RV.

   
Starting at  $599.99   

Std Rubber Roof Pack

(Every 12 months)

What You Get

  • Clean rubber roof
  • Visually inspect Roof Membrane
  • Visually inspect Roof Sealant
  • Apply UV Blocking treatment

Why You Need It:
Maintaining your rubber roof is one of the most important aspects of your RV maintenance. Catch any possible leaks you can't yet see in your RV.

   
Starting at  $379.99   

Slide & Jack Service

(Every 3-4 months)

What You Get

  • Test slideouts for proper operation
  • Clean slide walls
  • Lubricate slide seals
  • Lubricate all slide components (as necessary)
  • Inspect applicable hydraulic lines
  • Ensure proper operation of control board
  • Clean all jacks, including foot pads

Why You Need It:
Exterior slide gaskets are rubber and will harden if not kept conditioned. On some systems, slide rails and gears need to be cleaned and lubricated regularly. Jacks also need to be serviced regularly to protect the seals and prevent debris from building up and working its way up into the jack assembly.

   
Starting at  $219.00   

Exterior Wash & Seal

(every 12 months)

What You Get

  • Reseal windows, lights, compartment doors, and molding [Excluding Roof]

Why You Need It:
Gaps in the seals of the exterior features may let water or other unwanted pests into the interior of your cabin.

   
Starting at  $429.99 

Seal Tech Leak Test

(Every 12 months)

What You Get

  • Visual Inspection of all exterior sealants
  • Perform Seal Tech leak test

Why You Need It:
Annual leak testing your RV will help catch and prevent any leaks you can't see.

NO BUBBLES NO TROUBLES

   
Starting at  $269.99