Here you will find a collection of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) covering RV Inspections and why you should consider having a professional inspection completed by Texas Best RV Inspections before you purchase your RV.

I am new and want to RV but I don’t know where to begin or what to buy. Can TBRVI assist me with this level of decision making?

Absolutely! TBRVI offers to their clients, consulting and walk-through services on your new or used RV based on the client’s wants and needs.

How long will the RV inspection take?

A full inspection will take between 6 and 8 hours, depending on the type of unit and features. When possible, it is helpful to have the seller/owner available to move or remove any items necessary to complete the inspection, but it is not a requirement. We also encourage the client to be available to see the inspection and to discuss preliminary results of the inspection upon completion.

Why do I need an independent RV inspection?

The inspection provides an independent and unbiased assessment of the current operating condition of the RV you are planning to purchase. If everything is in good operating condition, the report will provide confirmation of that. However, in the case where components are not working, the report lets you, the buyer, know the true condition of the RV before you purchase it. This could be the basis for further negotiation with the seller or your backing out of the deal totally.

How much does an RV inspection cost?

The cost varies depending on several factors to include the type of RV being inspected and the location of the RV, the number of fluid samples being requested, etc. See our Pricing factors for more details. The final pricing is determined at contract execution time.

What Is Involved In An RV Inspection?

Texas Best RV Inspections offer two levels: A Safety or Full/Complete for all makes and models of RV’s. You may view further relevant on my services page.

Why Should An RV Be Inspected?

Have you had your home inspected? Why?

Have you had to have a boat survey? Why?

If you are going to spend your hard-earned money, wouldn’t you want to know what you can expect from your investment? As a Certified NRVIA Inspector, I can help! I will tell you what Your dream home looks and acts like at the time of the inspection.

Who Should Get An Inspection?

Buying
Selling
Financing
Insuring
Warranty
For Your Self

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