NRVIA Certified RV Inspector Team
RV Inspections for Denver Metro and the Front Range
Helping Disaster Victims
Gwynne and Bobby are proud to have utilized their skills and love of helping others, working with the NRVIA and FEMA. From November 2018 to January 2019, Bobby inspected travel trailers and conducted walk-through training in North Carolina to help those affected by Hurricane Florence. In December 2020 and January 2021, Bobby and Gwynne inspected travel trailers in Oregon for those impacted by the Almeda fire. They consider it an honor and a privilege to have been selected to help ensure safe living conditions for people in need.
During their time in Oregon working with FEMA, they worked with a team of NRVIA Certified RV Inspectors and NRVTA Certified RV Technicians. The issues discovered on 100 brand new travel trailers were tracked, with 85 of 100 of the RVs found to have issues. The issues ranged from 49 RVs needing sealant on the roof to 33 instances of misaligned cabinets, windows, window treatments and doors. Twelve RVs were found to have disconnected and mis-plumbed sinks, 3 RVs had furnace issues, 12 RVs had water heater issues and 12 RVs had electrical issues (120V, 12V or both). Obviously, some of these RVs had multiple issues, which would have been discovered by the fire survivors if FEMA had not partnered with the NRVIA and NRVTA to have these travel trailers inspected.
The Amayzin Mission
Gwynne and Bobby are naturally drawn toward helping others. In fact, the primary reason they decided to found Amayzin RV Inspections & Services was so that they could make a difference in the lives of others as they pursue their own dreams of travel and adventure. They believe in continuing education to help stay up-to-date on the latest industry changes.