Vision Mobile RV Repair is dedicated to provide quality, dependable RV Service and Repair to our Phoenix area customers at the convenience of performing the repair at your location.
We diagnose, repair and maintain most aspects of your RV (plumbing, electrical, rubber roof, refrigerators, water heaters, furnaces, ranges, awnings, hydraulics, air conditioners, washer/dryer, satellite systems, etc.)
Service Call – $100
The Service Call is a connivence fee that is applied when a request is made to service, repair, troubleshoot or diagnose an item or issue concerning an RV. Up to 10 items can be covered under the Service Call if all items was presented durning the initial visit.
The Service Call will be charged on the initial visit. If more visits are required to complete the same repair, no additional Service Call will be charged. If a repair is needed and was not apart of the original visit, an additional Service Call may be charged.
A Service Call is charged to each customer even if we are in the same RV park or area. Exceptions will be made to customers with multiple units registered in their name.
The Service Call is not applied to any labor that is perform to service a customer RV.
The Service Call is not applied to any deductible the customer pays to execute an Extended Warranty claim.
All pricing below does not include the Service Call and should be considered when selecting a service.
Labor Rates — $120 per/hr
There is a thirty-minute minimum charge for our first visit ($60).
The labor rate starts once we arrive at your location and the work begins. The labor rate is based on a standard flat-rate per task based on an industry standard guide and not by time spent on the task.
Appliance Diagnostics Special – $60 – $180 per Appliance.
If an appliance item is not works as designed, we can perform a complete diagnostic on that unit to locate root cause. Below are prices for the most frequently requested appliance diagnostic.
- Air Condition $84 (roof mount)
- Furnace $84-$180 ($100 – $180 if the unit has to be removed and bench tested to diagnose)
- Range $60
- Oven $60
- Refrigerator $84-$120
- Water Heater $60 ($120 w/rear controls)
Recommended annually to prevent bearing and brake failure. Parts & materials included. Prices listed below does not include bearing and brake replacement. Call for disc brakes repack quote.
- $199 (Single axle)
- $339 (Tandem axle)
- $494 (Triple axle)
Bearings are basic components that keep your wheels turning and prevent friction from causing harm on your vehicle. Properly greased bearings dissipate heat, alleviate the friction and weight on your wheels, and enable smooth motion over thousands of miles.
But that grease eventually breaks down or dries up — and does so faster in dry or dirty conditions — so it’s necessary to repack your bearings at least once a year. Listed below are the step we take to repack your bearings:
* Clean all the grease from the axle assembly and inspect for damage
* Clean hub assembly, inner & outer bearings
* Inspect bearings for damage, friction wear & freedom of movement
* Inspect brake linings for wear
Pre-purchase Inspection/RV Inspection— $360
Your mobile RV repair tech will perform the following operational and functional checks:
Slide-outs Appliances Generator
Electrical Systems Plumbing LPG Systems
Roof Inspection . Wheels & Axles
*Upon completion of the inspection, the customer will be given a list of items that passed and/or failed inspection. To know what component failed on an appliance/system or what it would take to have the unit working properly, troubleshooting will be required to determine the root cause which is not covered within the inspection. Troubleshooting will be at a cost of $120 per hr, that will be prorated for every quarter hour ($30 for every 15 mins).
RV Air Conditioner Installation (roof mount) — $180 per unit
(does not include parts, materials & taxes)
This service replaces the existing roof mount A/C unit with a capable model or upgrade. Operational checks will be performed to complete install. This service does not include replacement of the lower unit or control box.