The Advantages of a Premier RV Inspection

Get the best for your vehicle by choosing Pacific RV Inspection Services’ Premier RV Inspection. In addition to the 500+ checkpoints and the fluid analysis covered by our Essential Plus Inspection, our Premier RV Inspection includes an additional fluid analysis, more photos, and an inspection of the following extra checkpoints:

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The Advantages of a Premier RV Inspection

Get the best for your vehicle by choosing Pacific RV Inspection Services’ Premier RV Inspection. In addition to the 500+ checkpoints and the fluid analysis covered by our Essential Plus Inspection, our Premier RV Inspection includes an additional fluid analysis, more photos, and an inspection of the following extra checkpoints:

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

Roof:

Inspecting the sealants that have been applied to the roof.  Identifying areas of concern and potential water intrusion points.

Sidewall and Endcaps:

Evaluating the aging and general overall condition of the front and rear caps.

Awnings:

Evaluating and rating the condition of the awning frames and fabric material of the awnings.

Chassis Turn Signal and Running lights:

Inspecting the 7 pin connector.

120 Volt AC Electrical System: 

Identifying any damage of or repair of the power cord.  Identifying and listing any heat discoloration to the wiring and connections.

Generator-Engine:

If installed, it is strongly recommended to perform an oil analysis to determine internal combustion component condition.  Testing the voltage output and frequency.  Putting the generator under a load to verify operation effectiveness.

Generator Radiator:

If installed, it is strongly recommend to perform a coolant analysis to determine the condition of the coolant fluid.

Fresh Water System: 

Visually inspecting the water filtration system for leaks and filter placement.

Waste Water:

Identifying the type of drain controls and ease of operation.

Refrigerator: 

Testing for interior temperature of upper and lower compartments and ice maker (if installed). The refrigerator needs to have been operating for at least 12 hours.

Furnace: 

Doing a velocity test and temperature evaluation. Monitoring for unusual noise or vibration of the blower motor.

Cooktop Stove:

Verifying and inspecting the ignition and operation of all top burners.

Air Conditioners: 

Performing a Delta T and volume test on each unit.  Inspecting the air filter and exhaust coils for debris and cleanliness.

Interior Conditions and Appearance:

Evaluating window coverings.  Looking for moisture in entryway, front of kitchen area and bathroom.

Shower/Tub Enclosure: 

Inspecting and evaluating stains and chemical buildup.

Engine:

It is strongly recommended to perform an oil analysis to determine the condition of the internal combustion engine.  Inspecting for noticeable oil and/or exhaust leaks.

Radiator:

It is strongly recommended to perform a coolant analysis to determine the condition of the coolant.

Transmission:

It is strongly recommended to perform a transmission fluid analysis to determine the condition of the fluid and internal components for contamination.

Running Gear:

Inspecting and rating tire tread and born on date for potential problems.

 

Service Area for Pacific RV Inspection Services

Our stationary inspection company works with RV buyers and sellers throughout Oregon and Idaho.

 

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