Martin is the guy you hope you get when you call for RV repair! My problem turned out to be a fried Progressive EMS. A call to tech support at Progressive confirmed that the EMS was under warranty and would be replaced. Martin then did a work around so that I would have electricity in the meantime. When the new EMS finally arrived on a Friday afternoon, Martin came to install it on Saturday morning. An issue on Progressive’s end required another call to 24/7 tech support, however no one was available and I had to leave a voice mail. Martin had had the foresight to take a photo of the installed EMS so when tech support finally called him (approximately an hour later), he was able to talk to the Progressive tech about the adjustment required while seeing exactly where it needed to be made. When he returned, the calibration was done quickly and the unit began working! I’d like to note that the need for calibration did not appear in the installation instructions. I can’t say enough good things about Martin. He is responsive, punctual, knowledgeable, professional, fair, and a genuinely nice guy - plus my install looks much better than the original! I have already recommended him to the Lazy Daze Owners group, and wanted to add my review to help others that may find themselves in need of RV repair in Yuma.
Watch out for this place. No refunds on electronics even if not opened. Prices are high, I won't be back.
I had Martin mobile RV service check my charging system. Found that I needed a new charging unit. Took old charger out and installed a new one, which he had with him. No wait time. Had it all done in a half hour. Was happy with his work.
Great service and showed up on time! Complete professional and courteous. Repaired my furnace in less than 30 minutes and very happy with the price. Highly recommend Martin's
Martin and his Son came to me and repaired my water heater without a hitch, Very polite and professional, would refer to All.
Had an air conditioner issue. Martin came within an hour an diagnosed the problem. Parts were ordered on a Thursday arrived on a Friday and Martin installed on that Saturday morning. Fast reliable service.Thanks Martin
I want to start by saying that working with John and all of the staff over at Country Club Motors and RV was a refreshing experience. They were professional and very friendly from the start to the end. Their wide selection of inventory and willingness to listen to what we were looking for and what we needed made the whole process so easy. We had been in the market for a few months when we went to Country Club, they took there time and listened to what we had to say and found us the unit we really wanted an experience like no other that we have had. They made the buying process so easy. We took our new Georgetown on its maiden voyage two weeks ago and could not have been happier. I more then recommend I encourage anyone in the market for an RV to see what Country Club has to off. You will not regret it.
On January 17-19, 2013 our motor home was at County RV Repair for body work including paint touch-ups, painting stone chips on the rear of the coach, and replacing the aluminum skin on two bay doors and painting them.1. The contracted work was not completed. Chips on the rear of the motor home were not painted.2. The bay door locks on the repaired bay doors were not correctly reinstalled and did not lock properly.3. The aluminum skin on one of the two bay doors was not properly installed. The skin was not attached at the front vertical edge and the bottom horizontal edge. I sent a number of emails to Chris Morales at County RV asking for advice on how to fix this. Chris provided no advice. I spent time on the Web researching the problem. Two sided tape holds the skin on these two edges. It turned out that the two sided tape applied by County RV was applied directly on the crumbling remains of the old tape and naturally did not hold. I cleaned off the remains of the two layers of old tape and applied new tape. So far, it is holding.4. We are snow birders from Canada who currently winter in Yuma. We arrived in the U.S. in November 2012. On our way back to Canada during the last stop over night in the U.S. before getting home the next day, we packed the stuff we were going to take off the RV. I intended to pack my clothing and other articles in a large bag that was stored in the storage area under the bed and under two wooden folding chairs that were also under the bed. The big toothed zipper on the bag was missing three of its large teeth so the zipper wouldn't work. The zipper was intact and worked fine when I put it under the bed in Yuma in December 2012. It was more expensive to have the zipper on the bag replaced than to buy a new bag, so I had to purchase a new bag for $50. The time that our motor home was at County RV for over three days and three nights days is the only time when others had access to the RV and had ample time and opportunity to damage the bag.
Had a converter problem in our Keystone Fifth Wheel upon our arrival in Yuma. Tried the Keystone dealer, RV World who were rude and less then helpful. Called Martin's. What a pleasant experience. He attended on site, replaced our converter, dealt directly with our Canadian Insurance Company and did a follow up call to make sure everything was satisfactory. He was polite and totally helpful throughout of dealings with him. We would not hesitate in referring him to all our fellow Rvers.lBob & Sharon - Victoria, BC Canada
Called Martin's after 5:00 PM a few days ago after both air conditioners/thermostat failed to start just after arriving in Yuma, AZ and setting up our 5th wheel. It was well over 100 degrees. The gentleman walked me through several steps and eventually had me unplug the thermostat from the wall cord/phone line looking connection for two minutes and re-plug it in. Everything then worked. THANK YOU very much, all over the phone. What an awesome business!!!