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There are certain things that need checked on a routine basis to keep your RV as hassle free as possible.

Tires have a life span. The NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) recommends changing them after 6 years no matter the age or mileage for safety. No one ever wants to deal with a tire blow-out that could have deadly consequences.

Your RV roof is of main concern. It should be checked every 6 months and maintenance performed when necessary to help prevent water intrusion which is an RV’s constant adversary.

Checking all three electrical systems (shore power, chassis batteries and coach batteries) regularly can save many headaches since most major systems and slide-outs rely on these systems to be fully functioning for proper operation.

RV Propane or LP (Liquefied Petroleum) System Leak Tests are extremely important to verify that your propane system remains in top-notch condition and you can be assured no leaks are present as you use your RV.

LP (Propane) detectors as well as smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors should be checked every three months to help prevent a major life safety issue.

Checking the air conditioning systems by running Delta-T tests and checking fins helps keep them running at maximum cooling capacity.

Water heaters need to be flushed annually to prevent sediment buildup in the system.

Installing dauber screens on exterior appliances like furnaces and water heaters will prevent mud daubers from building nests that can inhibit air flow.

Refrigerator cooling coils and baffles need checked periodically to ensure proper cooling ability.

Mounting gutter extensions can reduce the occurrence of water intrusion in the sidewalls which can be a major problem if left unchecked.

RV fires happen more than anyone likes to admit, and Emergency Exit windows are often overlooked. They definitely need to be tested on a regular basis so that if you or your family need them, they will not trap you inside during a life-threatening situation.

We all want your travels to be enjoyable and maintaining these items is one way to achieve that. Contact us to schedule your Maintenance & Safety Check today.

Jason
Author: Jason

Jason Is An NRVIA Master Certified RV Inspector. He has won the NRVIA Service Excellence Award and was named NRVIA member of the month in March of 2018.

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My RV Inspection is the highest rated RV Inspection Service in Central Florida.  We separate ourselves from the competition by having 2 NRVIA Level 2 Certified Inspectors. We spend more time inspecting your RV than any other RV Inspection company in Florida(even the ones that only have 1 RV Inspector checking out the RV).  We don’t just show up and leave 2 or 3 hours later.  We spend as much time as it takes to make sure we are not missing things.  We have well over 50 reviews on Google and a 5 Star Rating.

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