(Oct. 26, 2018) — When an RV can cost almost as much as a sticks-and-bricks home on an RV, the stakes are high. Buyers need to be aware of the risks and know what they are buying, or they might find themselves without the cash they put into it and without a working and livable RV.

(Oct. 18, 2018) — When Hurricane Florence devastated vast portions of North Carolina FEMA contacted the NRVIA again.

(Aug. 31, 2018) — Terry Cooper is also credited with founding the National RV Inspectors Association (NRVIA).

(Aug. 22, 2018) — One respondent said, “An inspection is expensive, but it is worth it. It gives you some peace of mind, especially with the horror stories that are out there.”

(July 27, 2018) — RV Daily Report seeks to know more about your RV inspection experiences. Tell us the good, the bad and the ugly in this short survey.

(March 6, 2018) — RV industry entrepreneurs, Todd and Stephanie Henson of RV Warranty Connection, have announced that after several years of working in the industry helping others in the RV buying process, helping buyers secure pre-purchase inspections and providing top-rated extended service agreements to RV consumers, they themselves are finally purchasing their own RV.

(Oct. 24, 2017) — “This year’s event was the highest attended conference we’ve had to date,” reported Stephanie Henson, NRVIA director of administration. “I’m thankful for an amazing group of individuals who are passionate about making a difference.”

(Sept. 5, 2017) — On Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eastern/ 7 p.m. Central/ 5:00 Pacific, The RV Show USA will look at the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and what affected RVers should do now and provide proactive steps that Florida RVers may want to take in advance of Hurricane Irma.

(Aug. 23, 2017) — “Icon will be the first RV parts aftermarket supplier to present at our annual inspector conference,” said Terry Cooper, NRVIA president.

(Aug. 16, 2017) — In this free webinar, titled “Why You Need the RV Maintenance Course,” participants will learn how in five days of hands on training they can acquire knowledge and the confidence to resolve 80 percent of the issues they have with their RVs.

(Aug. 14, 2017) — “As the preferred vendor for RV extended service agreements, RV Warranty Connection offers inspection opportunities to NRVIA members by hiring them to perform warranty level inspections for their customers,” said Terry Cooper, NRVIA president.

(August 3, 2017) — Whether you are upgrading, changing styles or purchasing that first RV, there is a way to ensure you do not get juiced. Call a certified RV inspector in to check the rig before you sign on the dotted line.

(July 31, 2017) — The NRVIAannual conference will begin, Friday, October 20, with a special kick-off event hosted by NRVIA President Terry Cooper.

(June 22, 2017) — Prior to starting his RV inspection business, Wilhelm spent 20 years in the demolition and environmental remediation industries starting as a laborer and working his way up to the title of project manager.

(May 25, 2017) — “Lee will be able to share his company’s research and findings of the common problems with RV roofs, explain why customers are interested in using their product and offer an opportunity for our members to become install technicians,” said Henson.

(May 11, 2017) — Jim Yates, with Aqua-Hot Heating Systems, will make a presentation about the 400 and 600 series of Aqua-Hot hydronic heating systems at the 2017 NRVIA Inspector Conference in Heber Springs, Ark., Oct. 23.

(April 13, 2017) — Within the last few months NRVIA has had several calls from RV sellers who had received emails from a buyer who was interested in purchasing the RV for sale listed by the seller on an online listing site. These details were used in each scam attempt.

(Jan. 18, 2017) — “This recognition provides us with a sense of satisfaction and confirmation that hard work and a focus on our business is well worth the effort,” said Semmler.

(Nov. 3, 2016) — NRVIA today announced its new partnership with HomeGauge, a company that provides home inspection software and Internet tools inspectors need to serve their clients best.

(Nov. 1, 2016) — The inspector realized that the RV inspection was not just about trying to discover potential problems with the RV, but more importantly, educating a new RV buyer on the things she needed to know to be able to enjoy her new RV.


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