Has anyone here hired the RV buyer's inspection services of the RVSurvey Network?
It looks like the RVSurvey Network affiliate inspector in my area of Texas would be Ed Baugh. Has anyone hired his services when buying a used RV?.....or the inspection services of other RVSurvey affiliates?
I have hired similar professional inspectors for buying used cars over the years (although those were in other areas of the country) and have been extremely pleased with the modest investment. I not only learned of any defects/problems in the cars I considered, but I found the professional vehicle inspectors dead-on accurate about my upcoming repairs and maintenance as well as long-term prospects. I'm hoping that my experience with RV inspectors will be similar. Has anyone found that to be the case? (I'm somewhat concerned that I've not noticed much competition here in the field of full-time RV inspectors. I certainly want the "real thing" and not just a mechanic, which is a different set of skills.)
FT'er,38' 5W/ToyHauler but no toys; rural eastern Texas 140mi.from Houston coastline.[On-grid gray/black-water code-compliant.] Interested in feedback re: climate/mold issues, vermin/pests/coyotes, energy-conservation tech & experiments, passive solar, RV security.