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Mobile RV Repairs

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Georgia RV Inspection and Repair is conveniently located near Fort Yargo, Stone Mountain and all the Lake Lanier Campgrounds. Schedule an appointment in our shop or we can bring our service shop to you!

Slide-Out Issues

If your RV slide-out stops working, call us today. We keep some of the most common motors and controllers in stock.




If the RV leveling jacks won't retract, there are several things that could be causing a problem. We are here to diagnose the issue and get you back up and running in no time!


Is your Awning Fabric or slide-out Topper worn out or damaged? We can replace the fabric and make it look new again. If your Awning is damaged, we can repair or replace it as well.  



As an Authorized Cummins Dealer, we service and repair Generators. RV Generators should last you a long time with proper maintenance. However, if you have issues, we can troubleshoot, diagnose and repair your RV generator




There are many components to the RV Electrical system and if your RV isn't getting power, call us today to set up an appointment. 


Roof Leaks

RV Roofs should be inspected every 6 months or so and resealed every year to prevent leaks. If a leak or soft spots goes unnoticed for too long, it could be a costly replacement. Extended warranties require roof inspections as well, so call us today to get on the schedule.



Converters turn AC power to DC power to get city power into your battery bank. Inverters takes DC power from your battery banks and turns it to AC power to run your lights and fridge. If your 12 Volt devices don't work, you may have an issue with either your converter or inverter. Call us and we can diagnose and replace. 

RV Furnaces

We can troubleshoot, repair and replace RV Furnaces. Make sure that your furnace is in good working condition. Contact us before you know you will need your furnace for a check-up.


Air Conditioning Units

Is your RV Air Conditioning unit freezing up or leaking? Or is it blowing warm air? Our service team can diagnose, fix or replace your AC unit. 

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Weekend/Holiday & After hour Rates:

  • $330 Service Call Minimum for up to 25 miles from Dacula, Georgia. Each additional mile, it is $2.50 per mile. Rate Includes first hour
  • Each Additional hour is $170


Standard Mobile Service Call
Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm

  • $250 Service Call Minimum for up to 25 miles from Winder, Georgia. Each additional mile, it is $2.50 per mile. 
  • Each additional hour is billed at $150 per hour. Sometimes the first hour is diagnostics only and may require a return visit with parts. 
  • Partial hours, after the first hour are billed in 30 minute increments. 
  • Any work requiring two or more techs, will be additional per hours worked.

  • Plus Parts, as required

Service Call is a fee for our technician to come out to you. It covers things like fuel, insurance, wear and tear on our service vehicle as well as our time to get out to you. This is a required fee, even if we already happen to be in the same campground. 


Shop Rates:

Our Shop rate is $150 per hour and we charge a standard flat rate per task based upon industry standard, not actual time spent on repair. 


We use an industry standard guidebook called Spader. Spader compiles the average time that it takes for diagnostics and to do a given task, not the fastest time, but not the slowest time either. If we finish faster than the stated time, it is to our benefit. However, if it takes longer than the time stated, it is to your benefit. If we finish faster that means that we have the skills and expertise needed  from our years of experience and our extensive training and certifications and can do the job faster than average. On the flip side, if it takes longer than average, you can feel confident that we are not charging you to learn and your cost is capped at the industry standard. However, Spader is just a guideline and not all issues are created equal as every RV presents it's own challenges. For instance, replacing a furnace gas valve, according to Spader, is 1.14 hours, but if we have to remove the entire furnace just to get to the gas valve, due to lack of access, it is 2.35 hours. We will discuss all challenges and make you aware if extra charges beyond the average should be expected. 

We can work with your

Extended Warranty Provider

If you purchased an Extended Warranty Plan through your RV dealership to cover mechanical breakdowns, we can assist you with your repairs. We work with all Extended Service Plans to provide covered service for your RV. We will contact the Provider and get all the work set up.


We conduct Forever Warranty Inspections to maintain that coverage. We will send you a detailed report of that inspection for your records.


New Vehicle Warranty, We can work with you on getting any repairs fixed. For all manufacturers warranty, we require payment up front upon completion of repair. We will provide you all the information needed for you to process the receipt with the manufacturer for reimbursement.

RV Warranty Claim Process 

​How the process works:

  1. Contact the Manufacturer – All warranty claims will require: model number, serial number, date of purchase, year, make, model and VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) of your RV. All Warranty work must be preapproved from your manufacturer before having a mobile repair company come out or they will not reimburse you under the Warranty for the repairs. This communication and authorization requests should be done by email. 

  2. Schedule a service appointment with our team – Our technicians will diagnose the cause of your issue, take any required photographs and help determine the appropriate course of action, and start on repairs, if authorized.  Note — our mobile service fee and/or diagnostics time for warranty work may not be covered by manufacture warranty and you may not get reimbursed for that portion. Once you communicate with the manufacturer, they will advise you on what they will and won't cover.

  3. Often manufacturers will require parts be sent directly from their facility to complete your repair. If we are not able to complete your repair during our initial visit, a follow-up visit will be required to complete your repair.

  4. Send Invoice to the manufacturer for reimbursement along with the pictures and documentation that we provide.

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