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PH00855A Quality RV Inspection by RV Quality Inspections involves a home inspection for your RV. This is not a vehicle inspection required for registration. The evaluation of the safety, function and form of your potential purchase, are very important when it comes to a Quality RV Inspection by RV Quality Inspections.

PH00514Most of the time RV’s are much more complex than any regular home. RV’s are homes squeezed into much smaller spaces which creates potential for problems in the future. Major issues can appear just by adding the amount of road travel, bad workmanship or lack of maintenance.

about usArt Horton of RV Quality Inspections, Quality RV Inspections is a Certified Inspectors NRVIA Recreational Vehicle Inspector offering Inspection services in the Central Florida area. .  He is also a Certified RVIA-RV technician.

With over 35 years of RV experience, 9 of which he and his wife Barb lived full time in their motorhome, Art became one of the first ...

How many RVs on the market are sold by private owners? That answer is 60 to 70%.

Many RV buyers don’t know what to inspect when purchasing an RV. This very possibly could results in some costly repairs after the purchase if a pre-purchase inspection is not conducted by a NRVIA Certified Inspector.

Knowledgeable RV buyers know the best ways to save money. They know what they are getting into when purchasing an RV and have it inspected before they make an offer on an RV.  We strongly suggest you make all offers contingent on the inspection as well as the fluid sample reports.

It is important to have trained and certified NRVIA Certified Inspector (advanced) RV inspector performing your inspection. The RV industry deserves RV Quality Inspections for the millions Of Used RVs on the market today. This is where we can help. We can help with the pre-purchase or pre-sale inspection. We are an NRVIA Certified Inspector RV inspector.

As a NRVIA certified RV inspector we are trained to exceed the highest standards in this industry, promote professionalism and communicate our findings in full detail with clients.  

 Due to the fact that there are numerous makes & models of RV’s in the USA today, many of which are very similar in design but may have significant differences in features and accessories, our final pricing is determined after we have a discussion with you and is based on the following input you provide:

  • Year, Make, Model, Length, Mileage and VIN of the RV.
  • Diesel or Gas Powered RV.
  • Location of the RV.

We craft every inspection report individually for you from what we see while inspecting the RV for you. 

We provide a comprehensive report plus a detailed comments and deficiency report and as many pictures detailing the comments and deficiencies we find as we conduct the inspection.

Therefore, we use the following as a base to work from and adjust as required to your specific needs and/or requests

Travel & Mileage:  Travel, tolls, and mileage fees will also be included in the final proposal we provide you.

When you purchase an RV Inspection from Art Horton LLC, Quality RV Inspections, you can expect it to take several hours. You don’t need to be present, but it’s great if you can be.   In order to receive the best results, the RV needs to have full hookups, (30 or 50 amp shore power, city water and sewer) it’s not a deal breaker if sewer is not available. 

Whether you are new to the RV lifestyle, or a seasoned RV owner, getting a brand new or new to you RV can be intimidating. Sometimes the systems, options, and gadgets can be overwhelming.

Quality RV Inspections by Art Horton LLC can help. We can perform an RV Walkthrough with you. Also knows as Onsite Training, we show you all of the features at a pace that allows you to understand and ask the appropriate questions.


Mary Blevins & Ron Colello
2021-07-03, 15:21
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RV D@ily Report

To inspect or not to inspect, what RVers told us

Most people wouldn’t purchase a home without hiring a trained professional to thoroughly inspect it. An inspection can show the unseen; the problems that lurk within the walls, under the shingles or in the foundation.

The same is true for your RV. An inspection by a qualified RV inspector can uncover what is hidden from the eye. Yet, many people do not get an RV inspected before they purchase it, despite the fact that, in some cases, these units cost nearly as much as a sticks-and-bricks home.

Certified RV inspectors can help prospective buyers make informed purchase decisions as they examine the overall condition of the vehicle and report their findings, even if the only thing uncovered is a minor cosmetic issue.

RV Daily Report recently launched a survey to hear more about RVers experiences with RV inspections. The following is what we learned:

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Disclaimer: An RV inspection by Art Horton LLC is not in any way to be considered a warranty or guarantee (expressed or implied) on the unit being inspected. It is simply a “snapshot” of the condition of the unit and the items inspected at the time of the inspection, based on the inspectors’ opinion. Art Horton LLC cannot and will not be responsible for the condition of the RV after the inspection.

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