Buying an RV is not as easy as buying a car. It’s more like buying a house. You wouldn’t buy a house without an inspection, so why buy an RV without one.
Would you trust an auto mechanic to complete your home inspection? That may be exactly what you get if you hire someone like Lemon Squad or Premier RV Inspections. Don’t take my word for it, they brag about it on their websites. Lemon Squad even has a 2 Star rating on Yelp. That’s not who I would hire to inspect my RV and I believe you shouldn’t either.
Cheaper isn’t always better just like more expensive isn’t always better. Most experienced Certified RV inspectors are somewhere in the middle. They aren’t here to rip you off by either charging too much for their service or charging too little because they aren’t RV professionals. At My RV Inspection, Lisa and I are both NRVIA Master Certified RV Inspectors, and our average inspection costs between $450 and $1000, but can be more if the inspection is far away from our location. This is a good guess at what a good inspection should cost.
Learn more about why to use a Certified Inspector in the video below.