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Old 02-25-2012, 07:05 PM   #1
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My Mobile RV Service Experence, What is yours?

I am new to RVing, but not new to Problems and Mobile Service, so I feel the need to beat on the drum a bit for the Outstanding Mobile RV Service I have found here in Pahrump, NV.

I pulled in to an RV Resort (Preferred RV Resort to be specific) and when I opened the cap to connect my sewer hose, I received a very unpleasant surprise. It seems the valve did not close two days previous when I left Sacramento, CA and I had a stream of matter from the black tank exiting in a rush. Now I not only had a mess to clean up, but a problem to determine the problem and correcting it.
The camp ground had giving me a little booklet with ads for various services including one dealing with black water tanks, but when I called they said they wanted no part of my problem, then I saw an ad for just RV Service and called them. What a relief, they understood the problem, said they were booked until the next afternoon, but could come by then. I said see you tomorrow afternoon then and crossed my fingers.

Well the next afternoon I received a call back to confirm I still wanted their service and when I said yes, they responded see you shortly we are a couple blocks away. A few minutes later a truck with "RV SERVICE" painted on the front of the box arrived and Jesse Rosson the owner of "1st Choice RV Service introduced himself and ask to take a look. After a quick peek at my utility bay, he said ok I got it under control, so relax.

Well I did not relax until after I had watched Jesse for a few minutes and saw the professional and knowledgeable manner in which he approached and tackled the job. Now I felt I was in good hands and relaxed a bit and left him to his job. I know this is kind of long winded, but I cannot say enough good things about the knowledgeable and professional service I received from 1st Choice RV Service here in Pahrump, NV. So if you in the area and have a problem of any kind, I think you should head to Pahrump and call Jesse Rosson owner of 1st Choice RV Service (1-775-751-7652) and get your problem solved by a professional.

No, I have no interest in this company other then as a very happy customer.
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Thanks for the good news. You may want to post it here. http://rvservicereviews.com/
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Old 02-26-2012, 02:33 PM   #3
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My expierence was with Nordstrom's RV out of Flint, MI (her summer quarters) or somewhere in Florida in the winter.

Rachael Nordstrum installed a Davis Tru Trac on my coach for me. Turns out she had never done one of these before but.. She did read the instructions, If I had to guess I'd say a few times before arriving.. I watched as she did the job, on site, and she followed the instructions to the letter.. The job went well and there have been absolutly no problems with it since.

I've had other work done where I drove it to a dealer.. And.. Let's just way I was not as pleased as I was with Rachael and her truck.

Now days, though I have not needed her again.. I keep her on speed dial for others in the campground.
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Old 02-26-2012, 05:25 PM   #4
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Sort of closing the barn door after the horse but, a little hint that would have headed off your accident.
Buy a cap for the end of your holding tank connection that has a hose connection intended as a way to wash out the tanks. Screw on an inline hose valve that can be opened prior to taking the cap off. If anything comes out, it can be easily stopped by just closing the valve and then you have very little mess and time to figure out how to procede next.
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Old 02-27-2012, 09:24 PM   #5
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Nice to know there are still dependable and honest service folks out there.
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Jesse Rosson of 1st Choice RV Service in Pahrump, NV is an excellent tech and outstanding professional.

Prior to moving to Nevada, he was an instructor at the Camping World RV University in Bowling Green, KY. Needless to say he knows his stuff.

I am proud to know him and call him 'friend.'
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Recently had a new 3 stage PowerMax Converter, Trimetric Battery Moniter w/shunt, and two new Lifeline Batteries installed in my Roadtrek 170 by Bob's RV Parts and Service out of Salisbury MA. Mobile RV Repair Service | Fast Expert RV Repairs On-Site At Your Home Or Campground | Northeast MA Southern NH | Salisbury MA

Bob arrived at my home on time and was very professional. The job came out great and his hourly rate was half of what the local Camping World wanted for the project. It also helped that he is one of the relatively few (approx. 2500) that are actually a Certified Master RV Technician.

Needless to say I was quite pleased and I will definitely use him again.
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Well if any of you come to Northern VT and need some service by all means contact http://myfreedomrv.com/

He has worked on both of my MH's and has a long history in the business ... and no, I have no silent interest in the business. My interest is and always has been good service.
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Sort of closing the barn door after the horse but, a little hint that would have headed off your accident.
Buy a cap for the end of your holding tank connection that has a hose connection intended as a way to wash out the tanks. Screw on an inline hose valve that can be opened prior to taking the cap off. If anything comes out, it can be easily stopped by just closing the valve and then you have very little mess and time to figure out how to procede next.
Peddler, That is a great suggestion. I'm ashamed of myself for not thinking of such a simple thing. I'll fix up a system like that tomorrow!
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