I took a RV tech class in 2016 to learn about how to repair things in our Motorhome as we are fulltime RVers. It seems there is always something to repair in our motorhome. The 2nd day in class, we were presented with a business model to start a RV inspection business. I thought what a great idea. We can help folks buying an RV
know what issues an RV may have after an inspection, then they can make an educated decision if buying that certain RV is right for them.
I took my 2nd class to became a level two certified NRVIA RV inspector in Jan/2017 and we have inspected RVs from a 1969 Airstream all the way up to a 2015 Tiffin Pheaton. We have met seasoned RVers as well as newbies while doing RV inspections and it has enabled us to travel to places we have never been before.
At A & L RV Inspection, we take pride in our work. A customer recently said this about us:
Al and Laura were great! They were great communicators, and took the time to answer any questions we had. They walked us around our RV and made sure we understood everything that would be in the report. We are so thankful we hired them and we’d recommend them to anyone. Ronda
We also provide fluid analysis to help customers get a snapshot of the condition of the engine and generator in their RV.
We adhere to and live by the Code of Ethics of the NRVIA (National RV Inspectors Association) and I feel that code # 9 says it all. We have no skin in the RV inspection. We don’t go looking for items that need to be repaired or replaced. We only reveal what the RV tells us during an inspection.
Code # 9 states:
“RV Inspectors shall not repair, service or upgrade for compensation any RV systems or components covered by the NRVIA Standards of Practice for a period of a minimum of 1 year from the RV inspection date.”
We proudly serve, AL, FL, GA, NC, SC, TN and western VA. Other states based on our travel schedule. Mileage charges may apply.