Installation of Xantrex 3000 watt inverter/charger with rewire of existing AC outlets; complete re-plumb with freeze-proof PEX; rebuild of propane furnace; installation of new shower and kitchen faucet; installation of new Shurflo Extreme water pump; installation of new Dometic refrigerator; numerous smaller tasks.
I own a 1984 Bluebird Wanderlodge FC31SB, (the "Squanderlodge", as my wife calls it). It's very difficult to find a tech who's willing to work on it, let alone someone who's actually capable.
Tim has completed numerous projects on my coach over the last two and a half years, and each experience with him has exceeded my expectations. (Well, now I kinda expect him to be exceptional, but you know what I mean.)
Tim doesn't sell you anything you don't need. I have components in my coach that were built before all the manufacturers moved to the "toss and replace" model -- my furnaces, water heater, even the waste gates are rebuildable, and Tim stocks the necessary parts. He's saved me money by rebuilding things that are worth rebuilding, and because he knows what he's doing he doesn't eat up those savings by taking a long time to do the work.
He also doesn't cut corners in places you aren't likely to see. When I look at the results of his wiring and plumbing, I can't believe how satisfying it is. He's like an A+ student; everything is perfectly straight, secured properly using the right clamps, supports, and restraints -- it's just downright satisfying to look at. To top it off, he takes pictures and digitally documents what he did and how everything works. And it *does work*, perfectly.
The other stand-out aspect of Tim's business is what he brings to your site. I mean, what he physically brings to your site. He has a van that's so tricked out with custom-built compartments that hold every imaginable O-ring, fitting, nut, bolt, pump diaphragm, furnace ignition, etc. that it still amazes me when he returns from his van, yet again, with exactly the right part, and without having to drive somewhere (on my dime) to get it. His van also has a compressor, welder, generator, and everything else he might need to do the job in one trip.
I have a bunch more projects that I plan on having Tim complete, and I couldn't recommend an RV tech more wholeheartedly. The bottom line is that he's extremely knowledgeable and experienced, prepared for pretty much anything, and one of the most honest people I've dealt with.
If you're considering his services, feel free to email or call me (my contact info is at luxeauto.com) any time.