Preventative Maintenance Preventative Maintenance

Preventative Maintenance


Below we've highlighted our recommended RV maintenance intervals on components that commonly require preventative upkeep. Keep in mind that many manufacturers require you to perform regular RV maintenance to maintain their component warranties. You should refer to your owner's manual for the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule for your specific make and model.

Appliance Service

Perform 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/oven Inspect 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, corrosion, and pests. This ensures trouble free operation and long life.

Basic RV Gas Generator Service

Perform every 75 hours or 12 months 


What you get: 

  • Clean and check battery and connections 
  • Visual inspection of exhaust system 
  • Clean spark arrestor 
  • Verify CO detector and operation 
  • Check air & fuel filters 
  • Change oil and filter *Parts are an additional charge
  • Perform load test 

Why you need it: Manufacturers recommend this service every 75 hours or 12 months to maintain trouble-free operation and long life.

Winterization

What you get: 

  • Drain fresh water tank and water heater
  • Drain lines & fill all traps
  • Dump fresh water (additional charge will apply for any dumping and rinsing of grey &/or black tanks)
  • Pump anti-freeze through fresh water lines (if water heater bypass already installed)
  • Includes up to 2 gallons of antifreeze

Additional charge of: $50 for Class A, $50 for icemaker, dishwasher, &/or washer/dryer

Deluxe Winterization

What you get: 

  • Basic Winterization plus Multi-point Inspection
  • Additional charge of: $50 for Class A, $50 for icemaker, dishwasher, &/or washer/dryer

De-Winterization

What you get: 

  • Drain and flush antifreeze 
  • Connect valves Inspect for leaks 
  • Drain and flush black, gray and fresh water tanks 
  • Un-bypass hot water tank 
  • Reinstall hot water drain plug 
  • Reinstall customer’s water filter

Deluxe De-Winterization

What you get: 

  • Drain and flush antifreeze 
  • Connect valves Inspect for leaks 
  • Drain and flush black, gray and fresh water tanks 
  • Un-bypass hot water tank 
  • Reinstall hot water drain plug 
  • Reinstall customer’s water filter
  • Basic De-Winterization plus 10-point inspection 
  • Add gray and black tank deodorizers

Electrical System

Perform Every 12 Months 


What you get:

  • 12 Volt 
  • Hot skin test 
  • All lights 
  • Monitor panel 
  • 110-Volt system polarity 
  • Converter operation and output 
  • Shore cord and circuit breakers 
  • Generator operation and output 

Why you need it: Prevent electrical failures and maintain safe operation.

Furnace Service

Perform every 12 months

What you get:

For operating safety and fuel efficiency *Add 1.50 if removal required 

  • Clean main burner orifice 
  • Clean/Inspect/Adjust electrode assembly 
  • Clean blower wheel 
  • Test module board/inspect and clean board contacts Inspect fan motor 
  • Clean and inspect vent tubes and outer casing 
  • Reassemble furnace using new gaskets

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. Annual servicing ensures proper operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition.

LP Inspection Service

Perform every 12 months 


What you get: 

  • Inspect regulators and LP tanks 
  • Complete a drop down pressure test 
  • Complete a line pressure test 
  • Check all LP detectors

Why you need it: Annual servicing ensures proper operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition of the system.

Oven/Range Service

Perform every 12 months


What you get: 

  • Check for proper LP pressure and adjust as needed 
  • Check for an accumulation of dirt, grease, dust or spider webs 
  • Light each range burner one at a time, check for variable flame while rotating the valve 
  • Test oven temperature: adjust as necessary to +/-25 of set point

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. Annual servicing ensures proper operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition

Refridgeration Service

Perform every 12 months 


What you get: 

  • Verify unit is air tight in compartment 
  • Refrigerator is properly vented (roof and sidewall) 
  • Clean and adjust burner orifice Inspect and test all door seals 
  • Check LP pressure and proper voltage 
  • Clean roof vent and check baffle

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. Annual servicing ensures proper operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition.

RV Battery Service

Perform every 12 months


What you get: 

•   Clean terminals and cable connections 

•   Test voltage and hydrometer test 

•   Inspect fluid level and fill as needed 

•   Apply anti-corrosive *Includes chassis and up to 4 house batteries

Why you need it: With regular maintenance, you will achieve maximum performance and longer battery life.

RV Orientation

Orientates the customer with:

  • Exterior components 
  • Interior components 
  • Dashboard leveling system

*Price per hour 

Sealant & Roof Preventative Maintenance

Perform every 3-6 months 


What you get:

  • Manufacturers recommend this service bi-annually minimum *Price of sealant tubes extra Inspect condition of roof for voids, cracks, tears & damage 
  • Clean sealants with specially designated cleaning agents only where necessary to apply spot sealant 
  • Utilize a Seal-Tech Machine or Moisture Meter to identify voids in seals and find potential leaks

Why you need it: Annual servicing ensures proper sealant adhesion, while the inspection helps detect the condition of seals and determines any potential needs for replacement.

Slide & Jack Service

Perform every 12 months 


What you get: 

  • Test slide out for proper operation *Price includes 1 slide, additional slides will have additional charges 
  • Lubricate slide seals 
  • Lubricate all slide components (as necessary) *Parts and lubricant additional charges 
  • 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.

Water Heater Service

Perform every 12 months


What you get: 

  • Check condition of Anode Rod 
  • Check relief valve 
  • Adjust burners and electrodes 
  • Check thermocouple 
  • Check module boards 
  • Check complete operation 
  • Check burner assembly, remove nests, bugs, webs, etc.

Why you need it: Annual servicing ensures proper and trouble-free operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition of the system, to ensure the long life of your RV.

Water System Check

Perform every 12 months 


What you get: 

  • Check water pump operation 
  • Check all faucets 
  • Check holding tanks, flood, and pressurize
  • Check fresh water fill 
  • Complete water line pressure test

Why you need it: Annual servicing ensures proper operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition of the system.

Wheel Bearing Packs


For Trailers | Perform Every 12 Months 


What you get: 

  • Inspect brake shoes, bearings and magnets 
  • Clean and repack wheel bearings 
  • Adjust brake linings as needed 
  • Verify the operation of the electric brake magnets and break-away switch 

Why you need it: Annual servicing of the braking system ensures proper operation, while the inspection helps detect the condition of the system. *Parts additional charges

For complete pricing and details please contact your nearest dealership.

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