Invoicing 2.0

At Murphy’s On-Site we’re always trying to improve the experience for our customers. In the upcoming year you will be seeing many new and exciting updates coming from us. The first update we’re rolling out is an updated invoicing process. We will have mobile printers and invoicing beginning this year. We tested the process two […]

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Payment Terms Explained

Late payments are never a good thing! At Murphy’s On-Site we want to be very clear about our late payment procedure. In the past it has been somewhat unclear what the procedure is. Starting this year our late payment procedure will be as follows: All of our customers will be on Net 30 payment terms. […]

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Introducing the Customer Portal

Hi everyone it’s Mark with Murphy’s On-Site, we’re excited to announce our new customer portal! Throughout the course of the last year we realized our customers wanted more feedback on the status of their repairs and invoices. That’s why we have released the Customer Portal. The first thing we wanted to do was address the […]

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Product Spotlight: CO2 Detectors

Each year thousands of people are treated for carbon monoxide poisoning. It is a preventable issue with a good carbon monoxide detector. It is especially important in an RV because it is a small-enclosed space with many appliances that run on open flames. All new RV’s are required to have a CO2 detector installed from […]

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Weekly Tip: Getting the Air Out! (Part 2)

In part one of our series we discussed how to start your RV cooktop and furnace in this part we are going to explain your RV refrigerator. This section is only going to apply to RV owners that have an RV style refrigerator. If you have a park model with a home-style refrigerator you can […]

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Weekly Tip: Getting the Air Out!

An important part of starting your RV is making sure the LP system is functioning properly. If it’s not working at peak efficiency your furnace, stove, hot water heater, or refrigerator may not work right. The first thing you want to do is inspect all hoses to make sure there are no cracks or chew […]

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Appliance Tune-Up Month

Your RV is a lot like your car. Some RV’s may not have an engine that needs tuning, but they do have appliances that should be looked at. Many people have us perform a Spring Start-Up on their RV in which we start and tune up all the appliances in their RV. If you have […]

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Top 4 Reasons to have an RV Surge Suppressor!

Each year thousands of dollars are spent on circuit boards and electronics in RV’s, all to make our camping experience more enjoyable. Many RV owners are finding out that these electronics, meant to make our life easier, are actually becoming a hassle as well as an extra expense. This is where a surge suppressor is […]

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