Beware that this company has a bill invoice system that precludes knowing exactly was bought and paid for. They charged me more than I should have been charged and could not show me where, in the bill, I received credit for a part that was paid to them by the warranty company that I had brought in my self. They tried to charge me for welding supplies that was not used in the repairs. I asked them what else I was paying for that in fact was not done, I just received a blank stare. My hydro Hot system was not working since it lost its fluid and shut itself down. The problem was a Stir Pump that had started leaking, they got it covered under the warranty but said later that the combustion chamber was cracked and they did not ask the warranty company to cover it because, they said the unit needed serviced ??? I had them replace it for over $220. I often told them to do only that what was covered under warranty. I knew in advance that I would owe the $200 for the deductible. I later found out that their shop rate was $25 more per hour than the warranty company would pay, so I owed another $320 or so. When I went to pick up the Diesel Pusher, the bill was nearly $1,000!!! I thought I would owe $200 for the deductible, $220 for the combustion chamber (that they should have had the warranty company pay for), $320 for the hourly rate, $150 I was charged for in diagnostic work on an uncovered issue. For a total of around $890, and I would get a credit of about $349 for the part I brought in. That leaves $540 or so, of charges that they could not explain why the warranty company did not pay for. I was charged for two types of anti freeze just to mention a few items. I am going from memory. This took place in the middle of November '15. The numbers are not exactly correct, but you get the idea. So far the work seems to have been done correctly. They gave me some song and dance about things they said needed serviced before they could look for the issue ( air system bleed down). I had a few other items that I was going to have them do, amounting to over $1,000 in service work but after seeing what was going on, I took the unit back to my dealer to have the items serviced and adjusted (nearly 40 miles away). I just found out that while the unit was in for the air leakage in the suspension, the chassis shop found that the axel hubs are leaking. East Valley told me they went over the coach thoroughly but now I will have to pay another deductible, so they cost me another $200. I will never go back to East Valley RV, and I tell all my RV friends to stay away also.