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We offer a FULL SERVICE facility to accomodate all your RV repair needs. 

Campers-Used RV's-New RV's-Travel Trailers-Fifth Wheels-...No job is too big or too small.

We are a certified repair center for the following:

--And many more.

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CHECK TIRES. Tires that are over 5 years old should
be replaced, even if the tread looks OK. Check the tire
pressure, it should be within 5 pounds of the maximum PSI
that is printed on the side of the tire.  Don't forget to check your spare. It's also a good idea to check the wheel lugs for proper tightness/torque (aluminum wheels=75ft/lbs steel wheels=90-100ft/lbs) refer to your manual. Look at your springs and shackles to make sure nothing is broken or worn.

BATTERIES: The most common problem with batteries is not keeping them filled with water. People will leave their unit plugged in for long periods of time and the batteries will go dry.. Check the water level at least 2-3 times a year. Make sure all connections are clean and tight. Typical life span of a deep cycle battery is 4-5 years when kept charged and full of water.

PROPANE: Make sure your LP tanks are full and you do not have any leaks. A liitle soapy water, sprayed or brushed around all fittings will create bubbles where you may have a loose connection or a bad hose or regulator. LP tanks are good for a period of 12 years from when they were originally manufactured. After that time you will need to replace or have them re-certified.

APPLIANCES: Once your LP system has been checked, fire off all of your gas appliances. Look for spider webs, mud-daubers and wasp nests that may need cleaned out.All flames should be nice and blue(no yellow flames). If you haven't yet invested in an insect screen for your furnace exhaust, buy one now, they are easy to install
and will save us from having to pull your furnace someday! 

FRESH WATER: Your fresh water tank can get nasty. It should have been drained before winter; if not, drain it now. Pour in about a cup of liquid bleach and fill the water tank up with water. Now run water through ALL of your faucets until you can smell the bleach. It will take a little more time to get it through the hot water side because it has to go through the water heater first. Let that stand overnight.  Next, drain the tank and fill it up again this time with a cup of baking soda and run it through your faucets and let that stay in for a day or two. Drain and fill it when your're ready to go. NOTE: If you have a filter in your water system get a new one.
Getting the RV ready for Camping: