About RV Repair Connection Maintenance Services and More
As a Sonoma County mobile RV maintenance and repair service, we come to you and provide a wide variety of repairs on site at your location.
We work on all types of recreational vehicles, including truck bed campers, small pop-up campers, travel trailers, fifth wheels and class A, B and C motor homes.
We repair virtually all aspects of your recreational vehicle other than engine and major mechanical systems. This includes electrical, plumbing, heat and air systems.
Our services include interior repair, fabrication and installation of solar panels and controls, seats, cabinets, counters, faucets, toilets, showers, upholstery, lights, slideouts—basically everything except the engine and tires! For more information, see our RV Repair Santa Rosa Services Page.
We make RV repairs convenient for you by eliminating the need for you to drag your RV to a repair shop.
Our team is highly experienced and RVIA Certified. Our prices are competitive with an RV shop, but we provide faster service than most. Call us for information and scheduling.
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Miguel A. Sanchez
Miguel started working in the RV repair business in 2007 at Dan Shavlik’s RV Service.
Under Dan’s mentorship, Miguel learned everything from electrical system, generators, appliance, propane systems, plumbing systems, hitches, interior/exterior work and everything having to do with RVs big and small, old or new.
At first it was a challenge. But, as the years went by, Miguel’s knowledge grew, and his skills increased. In Jan 2016, Miguel went to work at a dealership in Solano County. In Oct 2016 the dealership moved to the North Bay, where Miguel continued to work as an RV tech. In 2018, Miguel became the shop foreman and head tech where he continued to work for the past 3 years.
In 2008 Dennis moved to Sonoma County to work for a LED company located here. After working for the company for almost a decade, Dennis left to attend the RV Tech Training Center in Florida.
His experience at RVTC provided the hands-on training he needed in order to graduate as an RV technician. In addition to graduating, Dennis was able to pass the RVIA certification test, making him a Certified RV Tech.
After school and training, Dennis immediately got a job in the RV industry, where he has worked as a certified tech for several years.
Dennis and Miguel are both looking forward to the future and servicing customers’ RVs in Northern California.