An RV inspection is a report created by an RV inspector who investigates with a magnifier and a camera every nook and corner of an RV. We here at Atlantic RV, as a member of the NRVIA, produce our inspection report by following the standards expected by our association. A full inspection report includes:
There are more than 500 inspection points. Some examples of inspection points include: air conditioner, furnace, hot water heater, windows, cabinets, kitchen appliances, roof sealant, walls, tires, suspension, slides, awning, break lights, shower, black tank flush, toilet, house batteries, electric outlets, furniture, doors, steps, decals and paint,etc.
For example, Are the seals showing signs of cracking, this will indicate that a new sealant application will be needed. Are the tires dry rotting, and will they need to be replaced soon? Are the slides going in and out smoothly?
The inspection report is a great tool that can be used in several ways to ensure you and your family can participate in safe and fun adventures, allowing a lifetime of memories.
The inspector’s does not only report problems. We also strive to provide our customers with a clear evaluation of the condition of the RV. The question we inspectors attempt to answer is not “Should you buy this RV?” but rather, “In what condition is this RV?”.
The inspector will not only report problems found, but also provide the condition of almost everything else in the RV. The condition of each inspection item is individually rated, and if there is anything of interest to be said about this inspection point, the inspector will either take photographs or record video.
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