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If you need some work done on your RV, Great Lakes RV Storage & Repair are able to help get it back into working order so you can get back on the road. We have experts at RV service that are outfitted to help fix any issue that you might be having.

Despite how it may seem, RVs aren’t all that complicated. It doesn’t matter if you’re just getting started or if you’re a seasoned veteran of RV ownership, we can help you get the service and maintenance or renovations and collision care you need. It’s our job to get you back on the road and enjoying your next adventure.

If you’re experiencing issues with any part of your RV, our service team is here to help. We can diagnose and fix any and every issue you may run across with your RV. Common parts, systems, and components in need of repair include: Appliances, levelers, awnings, electrical, plumbing, hitches, towing accessories, HVAC, generator, roof seal, and more.


At Great Lakes RV Storage & Repair we service your RV at the most affordable prices. No matter what is wrong, we can help fix it. Let us do the hard work for you!


Our technicians and Service Advisors are highly trained to repair your RV. This saves you time and money, making your camping experience more enjoyable.


We aim to have you back to camping as quickly as possible. We offer timely services to get you back to camping quickly.


We pride ourselves on being the best and part of that is our customers trusting us with their RV’s



Regular maintenance will prevent most issues, but as most seasoned RV travelers will tell you, accidents can happen. Sometimes, repairs are inevitable. The technology in modern RVs is amazing, but extreme weather and road vibrations mean that RVs can take a beating. Knowing the common issues you’re likely to encounter means you’ll be better prepared to get back on the road quickly!

Here are some common problems you might have that we can fix:

Burst Water Lines
A burst or broken water line is one of the first problems that new RV owners will run into. You can avoid this by learning how to properly prepare your RV for storage when it’s not in use. The water lines in an RV are typically made of either copper or plastic. If the water tanks are not empty, the cold weather will freeze the waterline, and the water inside will prevent it from expanding, causing the line to split. Replacing a broken water line is not a particularly difficult problem to fix, but it can be easily avoided.

Tire Blowout
The average RV weighs around 5,200 lbs and usually carries an additional 1,500 lbs of water and additional equipment. Therefore, the tires on an RV are subject to additional stress that car tires are not, so additional care must be taken to avoid blowouts. Depending on the size and weight of your RV, tires will range from passenger-car types to truck or trailer size. Load rating MUST be considered, and tire pressure must be monitored and adjusted according to ambient air temperature and changes in altitude. Although these may seem like small adjustments, failing to allow for them when towing thousands of pounds behind your vehicle can become disastrous in a split second. You can prevent tire blowout from happening by taking a couple of minutes to check the health of your tires before you hit the road.

Toilet Malfunctions
Having your own toilet on a long road trip is an underrated pleasure, but few problems strike more dread in an RV owner than toilet troubles. It is unpleasant to deal with, smells bad, and can be a health hazard. The most common type of problems are water leaking at the base of the toilet, the toilet continuously running, or even the dreaded clogged toilet. None of these problems are particularly tricky to deal with, but the very nature of toilets means that most people are happy to pay somebody else to fix it and deal with the mess.


Electrical Problems
Electrical issues are not uncommon, but inexperienced RV owners often don’t know how to troubleshoot them. To make matters worse, working with electricity can be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. Knowing enough to at least perform a walk-around inspection may be enough to solve a handful of minor issues. However, if replacing a fuse or resetting a circuit breaker doesn’t solve the problem, it’s a job best left to the professionals because dealing with electrical issues can be dangerous.


Window and Roof Leaks
When you combine the movement and motion of an RV with the extreme temperatures they are exposed to, it’s only a matter of time before you’ll have to deal with a cracked seal, or leaking window or roof. A water leak can ruin an RV if it isn’t fixed quickly, especially if the water is leaking inside or into electrical circuits. Being able to track the source of the leak as soon as possible is vital to preventing any serious (and expensive) water damage.


Faulty Air Conditioner
Nothing can drain the fun out of a holiday faster than a faulty air conditioner. Air conditioners require regular cleaning and maintenance to operate optimally. Physically, it’s one of the largest appliances in your RV. The best way to avoid potential issues is to take care of it when your RV is not in use and check its operation before you leave home.

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