Pacific RV Inspection Service Menu
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho RV Inspections
Our inspection services menu covers an extensive list of popular RV styles, including:
- Travel Trailer
- Fifth Wheel
- Class A Gas
- Class A Diesel
- Toy Hauler
- Class B
- Super B
- Class C Gas
- Class C Diesel
RV Premier Inspection
Much like the RV Essential Plus Inspection service, the RV Premier Inspection includes everything listed above. This inspection also takes things several steps further by adding on approximately 50 more check points, along with an additional fluid analysis. To get an in-depth look at what’s included in this service, please visit our Why Get a Premier Inspection page.
This RV inspection service includes a laboratory analysis of the RV’s most essential fluids, such as transmission fluid, engine oil, radiator fluid, generator radiator coolant, and generator oil.
Why Do You Need a Fluid Analysis?
Non-certified inspectors aren’t properly equipped to uncover excessive contamination or internal part wear that could lead to expensive repairs and lots of lost time. Fortunately, our RV inspector is NRVIA certified.
This laboratory service takes three to five days to complete, and it will provide invaluable details about the RV’s transmission, engine, cooling system, and generator. Studies show that 34% of oil samples come back as abnormal, with 3% in the critical range. Coolant results are even worse with 63% coming back as abnormal and 11% marked as critical.
When you choose a fluid analysis, you can protect your investment by finding out the true condition of your new RV.
New Owner Walkthrough
Is this your first RV or are you unfamiliar with the brand you’ve just purchased? Our experienced RV inspector will help you learn the ins and outs of your new recreational vehicle! We will ensure that you become familiarized with the RV’s systems and components. You’ll also learn how to get everything set up for camping, along with finding out about the common maintenance issues you may face in the future.
Let us inspect the RV before you take delivery to help you avoid any unwelcome surprises. We’ll make sure that everything has been set up correctly by the seller. This will give you peace of mind and make it possible to hit the road immediately!
Did your future RV have a lot of maintenance issues that came up during the initial RV inspection service? We can double-check everything before you complete the purchase. By getting a re-inspection, you can rest assured that the previously mentioned issues were properly repaired and that your RV is ready to go.
If you want to sell an RV for the best possible price, it’s imperative to learn what type of condition it’s truly in. Our seller’s inspection service takes the same approach as our buyer’s inspection. By the time we’re done, you’ll find out exactly what repairs stand in the way between you and a sale. Getting these repairs completed, or choosing to disclose them and sell as-is, will increase buyer confidence.
Life Safety Inspection
- Visual inspection Front, both sides and underneath RV, looking for damage, evidence of moisture.
- Tire inspection for aging, cracking in the sidewall.
- L P Detection, LP leaks.
- Smoke Detectors
- Oil and coolant levels.
- 1 fluid analysis included in motorized models.
- Recommend fluid analysis on oil, coolant, transmission, and generator oil.
- Additional fluid analysis at an additional cost.
- Water intrusion available with flir camera to detect moisture not visible to the eye, available at additional cost. $50.00
Life Safety Inspection Pricing
- Travel Trailer – $195.00
- 5th Wheel. $ 245.00
- Class A. $295.00
- Class B or C. $275.00
- Fluid Analysis:
- 1 $75.00
- 2 $140.00
- 3 $195.00
- 4 $250.00
Thermal Image Camera
We use a thermal imaging device as needed to assist with the RV inspection. It can help us pick up possible problem areas with heat loss and moisture prone areas. It is also a great added tool to any RV inspection.