We are glad you have taken the time to purchase our inspection course. We mention several items within the course from tools to accessories. These can be found below:
Items needed for your inspection:
This tester is to test your outlets to make sure they are wired properly as well as the operation of the GFCI function.
This tester is to test if 12v or 110v electrical lines are live.
This will allow you to get exact voltage readings for your electrical items. This is necessary to test the 12v functions.
11 in 1 Screwdriver
Having a multifunction screwdriver will get you to 99% of the items you will need to see on your inspection.
This thermometer is key to help you determine if the heater/ac is working as well as verify refrigerator temperatures as well as oven temperatures.
Items you may need for resealing or repairing your RV:
Eternabond tape is necessary to bring in case you get a tear in your roof or if you are performing roof repairs. Make sure to BUY THE BRAND NAME and do not cheap out.
Dicor sealant is necessary to have on hand in case you need to complete any necessary repairs on your roof sealant. This should last you a few times of use, just put a 3″ screw in the hole and wrap a Ziploc around the tip, and zip tie it to keep air from getting in. If it gets too tacky, don’t use it as it won’t dry properly.
Storage Latch Replacements
These latches can break at a whim, it is always best to have some of these handy.
This cleaner works wonders cleaning mold and dirt off of your awning.
Sealant for Exterior Walls
This is necessary to seal windows and seams on the vertical areas of your travel trailer.
Good accessories after purchase:
Electronic Door Lock
We have tested many of these locks and this is our favorite.
Baby Locks for Drawers
These baby door locks will keep your drawer from opening on the road potentially saving your drawer slide from breaking.
Portable Solar Kit
If you will be boondocking, this solar kit is great to have.
We use these Lion Energy Batteries and they are the best we have found with their lifetime warranty. Use code savvycampers for a discount.
A refrigerator fan will help distribute the cooling in your fridge to provide better and faster cooling.
A refrigerator thermometer will let you know your temperatures are safe when traveling, or when you need to stop and run your fridge.
These small ovens don’t do a good job at temperature regulation. This thermometer can save you from undercooking or burning a dish.
Window Shade for Door
Privacy is important, many RV’s come with a shade for the door, but if not, this is a must-have.
A collapsable ladder is a must-have if your RV does not have a built-in ladder. This will give you access to the roof to perform repairs or remove sticks and such while on the road.
Bug Screens for Furnace and Water Heater Vents
These screens will eliminate bugs from penetrating and building next in your travel trailer or RV. They are available for your furnace, water heater, and refrigerator vents.
A dehumidifier is important especially if camping in the Fall, Winter, or Spring. This will save you from interior moisture buildup.
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