JUST HOW DID WE GET OUR START?
THE KLEEN TANK STORY
For years, it was the dream of ours to own a classic Airstream. In 2004, shortly after we were married, it came to be and we purchased our 2005 Airstream Safari travel trailer, named “Ginger” (after our first Collie dog, a rescue – we’re now on Collie number three!). So we’ve been RVers like you for almost 20 years!
Many of our customers ask, “How did you get into the RV tank cleaning business?” It’s an odd profession, we admit. It started a number of years ago when we attended an RV rally, very similar to the many that we go to each year. A service provider was offering tank cleaning service and we thought – like many of our customers first do – “Why not? Let’s give it a try.” Despite sensors that hadn’t worked for years, we thought that we did a pretty good job of keeping our holding tanks clean. As it turned out – like many RVers – we did not!
We started Kleen Tank a year later and it grew from something we did as we traveled and to supplement our income into a full-time company that takes us all over the U.S.A. every year. We went from a few rallies and a handful of local customers to a dozen or more rallies year, thousands of customers, and the decision to take Kleen Tank to the next level.
Now, we’re building a national network of Kleen Tank-authorized dealers with a special turn-key program that is flexible enough to be just a couple of hours a work a week or a full-time occupation. Our customers have us service their RVs year after year, RV owners groups and clubs ask us to attend their rallies over and over again, and we even work with many RV manufacturers, dealers, and repair companies servicing their owner’s RVs at their factories, repair centers, and sales facilities. In fact, we are the nation’s leading service provider and receive inquiries and requests for service every day from all over the country!
We look forward to serving your tank cleaning needs and answering any questions that you may have. Visit our exclusive Q&A website, AskKleenTank.com, or read up on our latest posts, advice, and travels on our blog. And if you’re interested in some extra income as your travel or enjoy your RV locally, be sure to ask us for a Kleen Tank Dealer Brochure. It explains the many benefits of being a Kleen Tank-authorized dealer and even compares our program to other, national providers as well as getting into the business all on your own. We’re happy to discuss the possibilities and opportunities and invite you to join the Kleen Tank family!
WE’RE NOT JUST SERVICING YOUR RV, BUT TEACHING YOU ABOUT IT
THE BEST CUSTOMER IS AN EDUCATED CUSTOMER
There’s no doubt about it: We know about RV holding tanks. And when you keep up to date on RVing topics, your RV works better, has fewer problems, and doesn’t cause you headaches. That’s why we publish a new blog article every week on some educational (or informative!) aspect of RVing (including holding tanks!). And if you’re coming to a rally we’re working at, we hope that you’ll take some time to review our articles and get a little informed. Because our best customer is the one who knows enough to ask questions!
Take a look at our recent educational articles. There’s something for everyone — and not all of the posts are about, well, you know! Enjoy.
If there’s one question we’ve literally heard tens of thousands of times, it’s how to get misreading tank sensors working again. It has to be the number one frustration with RVers. Find out how tank sensors work, why they stop reading accurately, and what you can do about them in our definitive article on the subject.
Who you want working on your RV’s holding tanks is as important as the make, model, and details you investigated when you purchased your RV. Hopefully, it’s clear that Kleen Tank — North America’s leading and largest professional RV tank cleaning service — is the right choice when caring for your RV tank needs. Find out why.
For most RVers, conserving water isn’t an issue as they are staying at an RV park or resort that has full hookups. But RVers who have a need to conserve water (and waste) because of their specific RVing circumstances need some ways to conserve water (and the subsequent waste) when using their RV. Here’s some advice.