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  • AC SERVICE

  • WATER HEATERS

  • PLUMBING

  • WINTERIZATION & DE-WINTERIZATION

  • LEVEL AND LIFT SERVICES

  • ELECTRICAL AND BATTERY SERVICE

  • OIL CHANGES

  • WHEEL BEARING/AXLE SERVICE

  • ROOFING

  • ELECTRICAL SERVICES

  • WHEEL BEARING/AXLE SERVICE

  •  AWNING REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

  • APPLIANCE REPAIR/ INSTALLATION

  • COMPUTER SYSTEM SERVICES

  • OIL AND AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT

  • HYDRAULIC SERVICE

Our Services

No matter what your RV service needs are, Bison RV is here to help. From repairing refrigerators and furnaces to ensuring your water heater is working properly, we take care of it all. Our team is dedicated to providing you with reliable service so you can hit the road worry-free. We work with insurance claims.

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Ask an RV Service Tech

  • Wondering why your RV is making that weird noise on the highway?

  • Worried you're forgetting something to change on your RV?

  • Looking to buy some upgraded parts, but not sure which ones will fit?

Contact our certified RV technicians for expert help on any RV problem, issue, or question!

Our friendly staff is here to help you make the right decisions for your RV.

Bison RV Maintenance Tips

We know that it is important to our customers to keep their unit in great shape so that you can be on the road at a moments notice.

1

Clean your Air Filter 

Clean your air filters and condensers on your air conditioner annually, this can help keep your airflow at the proper temperature and keep your unit running smoothly. The outflow on an RV air conditioner is generally 20 degrees cooler than the in flow.

2

Repack Wheel Bearings

Repack wheel bearings according to the manufactures recommendations. These recommendations vary between repacking every 6 months to 12 months. When your bearings are ready to be repacked our service department will be there to do the job for you.

3

Check Tire Pressure 

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4

Inspect Roof Sealant

Inspect your roof sealant quarterly for any cracks or gaps in sealant. This will help avoid any costly water leaks in your trailer.

5

LP Leak Test

Have a professional LP Leak Test done on you unit annually.

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