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Our factory-trained service technicians at Northwoods RV Repair of Iron County are available to assist you with any need you have. We specialize in general service, repair, upgrade, body work and seasonal maintenance. Travel Trailers Fifth Wheels Toy Haulers Motor Homes Truck Campers
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Servicing All RV Makes & Models

L.P. Gas Systems Electric Brake Systems Oil Changes Winterization and De-winterization Hitch Installation Air Conditioning / Heating Awning Installation Re-sealing Roofs / New Roofs AC/DC Electrical Repairs Plumbing Water Systems Structural Coach Repairs Remodeling Floors Cabinets Insurance Claims Welcome Warranties Welcome

Winterizing

Our factory-trained service technicians at Northwoods RV Repair can do basic winterizing and/or de-winterizing of your RV, camper, motor home or travel trailer. You will need to have your camper winterized BEFORE temperatures are at or below 32-degrees Fahrenheit. It’s extremely important that you have your RV winterized before storage to help prevent future RV repairs. If, for example, the water in your water heater freezes, the ice can cause cracks in the tank, which can lead to costly repairs.

De-winterizing

If you winterized your RV, you’ll need to de-winterize it. RV de-winterization is a process that takes place in the spring or summer, whenever you’re taking your RV out of its winter hibernation. It includes a series of steps RVers take to reconnect anything that’s been disconnected, inspect batteries, and remove antifreeze from plumbing systems. The main reason why RVers must de-winterize an RV is to flush antifreeze and other chemicals from the freshwater and plumbing system. During the winter, and especially if your RV is placed in storage, these chemicals are added to prevent any remaining freshwater from tanks, lines, and pipes from freezing. When water freezes, it expands, often damaging these vital systems. Once temperatures get above freezing, anti-freeze is no longer necessary, so you’ll need to de-winterize your RV plumbing. Beyond removing antifreeze from your RV’s plumbing, the de-winterizing process should include checks and inspections of several exterior and interior systems. These include checking your RV’s batteries, tires, interior appliances, roof, and more. There are several checks you can perform yourself before taking your RV in for a professional de-winterizing service.

RV Maintenance

RVs and campers are a big investment, and regular upkeep and preventative maintenance can prevent costly RV repairs, as well as untimely inconveniences along your family travels. While all RVs need to be serviced every 6-12 months, our tiered RV maintenance packages are designed to bundle convenience and value to help RVers maintain their annual maintenance schedule. Every 12 months, it is recommended that you bring in your RV for the following maintenance procedures: roof AC service, RV appliance service, RV battery service, premium RV and generator service. All RV roof and body sealant should also be inspected for signs of deterioration every 12 months. In addition to those yearly suggestions, we also recommend that you have slides and jacks serviced every 3-4 months. MOTORHOME-SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE INTERVALS Northwoods RV Repair service experts recommend that all motorhomes have coolant service and tire rotation every 12 months. Diesel motorhomes also require annual Aqua-Hot service and air dryer service. Don’t forget that certain routine maintenance intervals are based on other factors. Engine and oil filter service, for example, is determined based on mileage. TOWABLE-SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE INTERVALS Travel trailers, fifth wheels and pop-up campers have additional needs, like RV brake and axle service, which is recommended every 12 months and is essential for ensuring proper brake operation.

RV Repair

Get trustworthy local RV service and repairs. Northwoods RV Repair offers repair at their RV service center. Window replacement and repair Upholstery and upholstery repair Mats Awnings Curtains and shades Interior remodeling Motor home engine repair Collision repair Paint repair Roof repair

RV Parts

Your road trip and camping adventures will be fun and worry-free when you outfit your motorhome or travel trailer with our premium quality RV parts. We can help you get the best RV parts, supplies, and accessories from a trusted and dedicated sources. Trust us to help you get the things you need, and we will tell you when to skip the things you don’t need. We order RV parts and RV accessories for motor homes, campers, toy haulers, fifth wheels, travel trailers and pop-up campers.
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Home | About Us | Contact Us | Services

Services

Our factory-trained service technicians at Northwoods RV Repair of Iron County are available to assist you with any need you have. We specialize in general service, repair, upgrade, body work and seasonal maintenance. Travel Trailers Fifth Wheels Toy Haulers Motor Homes Truck Campers
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Servicing All RV Makes & Models Next Page: Home Next Page: Home

Servicing All RV Makes & Models

L.P. Gas Systems Electric Brake Systems Oil Changes Winterization and De-winterization Hitch Installation Air Conditioning / Heating Awning Installation Re-sealing Roofs / New Roofs AC/DC Electrical Repairs Plumbing Water Systems Structural Coach Repairs Remodeling Floors Cabinets Insurance Claims Welcome Warranties Welcome

Winterizing

Our factory-trained service technicians at Northwoods RV Repair can do basic winterizing and/or de- winterizing of your RV, camper, motor home or travel trailer. You will need to have your camper winterized BEFORE temperatures are at or below 32-degrees Fahrenheit. It’s extremely important that you have your RV winterized before storage to help prevent future RV repairs. If, for example, the water in your water heater freezes, the ice can cause cracks in the tank, which can lead to costly repairs.

De-winterizing

If you winterized your RV, you’ll need to de- winterize it. RV de-winterization is a process that takes place in the spring or summer, whenever you’re taking your RV out of its winter hibernation. It includes a series of steps RVers take to reconnect anything that’s been disconnected, inspect batteries, and remove antifreeze from plumbing systems. The main reason why RVers must de-winterize an RV is to flush antifreeze and other chemicals from the freshwater and plumbing system. During the winter, and especially if your RV is placed in storage, these chemicals are added to prevent any remaining freshwater from tanks, lines, and pipes from freezing. When water freezes, it expands, often damaging these vital systems. Once temperatures get above freezing, anti-freeze is no longer necessary, so you’ll need to de-winterize your RV plumbing. Beyond removing antifreeze from your RV’s plumbing, the de-winterizing process should include checks and inspections of several exterior and interior systems. These include checking your RV’s batteries, tires, interior appliances, roof, and more. There are several checks you can perform yourself before taking your RV in for a professional de-winterizing service.

RV Maintenance

RVs and campers are a big investment, and regular upkeep and preventative maintenance can prevent costly RV repairs, as well as untimely inconveniences along your family travels. While all RVs need to be serviced every 6-12 months, our tiered RV maintenance packages are designed to bundle convenience and value to help RVers maintain their annual maintenance schedule. Every 12 months, it is recommended that you bring in your RV for the following maintenance procedures: roof AC service, RV appliance service, RV battery service, premium RV and generator service. All RV roof and body sealant should also be inspected for signs of deterioration every 12 months. In addition to those yearly suggestions, we also recommend that you have slides and jacks serviced every 3-4 months. MOTORHOME-SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE INTERVALS Northwoods RV Repair service experts recommend that all motorhomes have coolant service and tire rotation every 12 months. Diesel motorhomes also require annual Aqua-Hot service and air dryer service. Don’t forget that certain routine maintenance intervals are based on other factors. Engine and oil filter service, for example, is determined based on mileage. TOWABLE-SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE INTERVALS Travel trailers, fifth wheels and pop-up campers have additional needs, like RV brake and axle service, which is recommended every 12 months and is essential for ensuring proper brake operation.

RV Repair

Get trustworthy local RV service and repairs. Northwoods RV Repair offers repair at their RV service center. Window replacement and repair Upholstery and upholstery repair Mats Awnings Curtains and shades Interior remodeling Motor home engine repair Collision repair Paint repair Roof repair

RV Parts

Your road trip and camping adventures will be fun and worry- free when you outfit your motorhome or travel trailer with our premium quality RV parts. We can help you get the best RV parts, supplies, and accessories from a trusted and dedicated sources. Trust us to help you get the things you need, and we will tell you when to skip the things you don’t need. We order RV parts and RV accessories for motor homes, campers, toy haulers, fifth wheels, travel trailers and pop-up campers.