RV Inspector is trained in all the systems of an RV.
The RV inspector who has gone through the NRVIA training at the National RV Training Academy (NRVTA) is trained in all systems of an RV. In addition to completing this training, my credentials also include 30+ years being a Master Electrician and owning and maintaining several RVs.
Anything you can think of is inspected by the RV inspector. Will the RV inspector look at the roof? Yes. Will the RV inspector look at the furnace? Yes. Will the RV inspector look at the plumbing? Yes. Will the RV inspector look at the electrical system? Yes. Will the RV inspector check for propane leaks? Yes. Will the RV inspector look for water damage? Yes. Will the RV inspector look at the tires? Yes. Very important items, right? But, it doesn’t end with the major things you’d assume an RV inspector should examine. Will the RV inspector look at other things such as appliances, furniture, vents, flooring, and the awning? Yes. The RV inspector will look at the lights, ladder, undercarriage, doors, steps, slide-outs, exterior paint, battery, and every other component of the RV. A trained RV inspector is trained to look at all systems plus the inspection will include what some people call cosmetic issues like a scratch on the RV’s table.
The Certified NRVIA RV inspector uses a special software program and if he or she is a conscientious RV inspector, he or she will not miss anything because the software helps the RV inspector to be very detail oriented as he or she inspects the RV. North Star RV Inspections, LLC will include the following in your report:
- Life Safety Issues - operating could cause accident or harm.
- Major Issues - impacts the longevity of the RV; needs immediate attention and may be a costly repair.
- Minor Issues - is not a safety hazard; could be repaired later.
- Comments - could be things like upgrades made by seller/owner.
- Recommendations – tips to help you enjoy your RV even more.
People would never buy a house without an inspection; you want to find out if there is anything wrong with the house and items that may need to be repaired. This is the same reason why it is beneficial to have an RV inspection.
RVs go through all sorts of conditions from strong winds to extreme temperatures. Getting an RV inspection will help to discover how the RV operates and the overall condition of the RV before you purchase it.
More often than not, the money spent on a 3rd party inspection is returned to you by the time you put your signature on the dotted line. The least you will get is a wealth of information on your used or new RV that you can use over the life of your ownership.
Get your next RV INSPECTED!
-Make an informed decision.
-Save yourself headaches.
-Negotiate before you buy.
-Save time and money.
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NRVIA certified RV inspectors offer the most comprehensive RV inspection available.
The Importance of an RV Inspection