Due to our years of working in the service department of an RV dealership, we approach renovations slightly differently. We know things break and might need replaced. You don't want to tear out an entire shiplap wall to replace a faucet.
We have completed 15 RV Renovations, so you can learn from our mistakes.
Making your own shades and curtains can save you money. Making your own shelves allows you to customize it to fit to your exact space. Recovering your own dinette cushions using the staple and fold method allows you to use almost any material.
Posting on social media takes so much time, that we just don't have. We have learned so much with each renovation and we'd love to share our tips and tricks with you!
We typically redesign a lot of the space in our renovations to better fit the needs of our clients. We've added walls, built doors, built cabinets, built pull out sofas, made custom beds, built custom storage bunk stairs, rebuilt outdoor kitchens, and so on. We can provide advice as to how to change your floor plan to better suit your needs.
If you have additional questions after your initial video consultation you can e-mail them to us and we would be happy to try to answer your questions as soon as we possibly can.
One of my favorite things to do is to add a barn door where there originally was only a curtain separation.
Your dinette table top can be both functional and pretty!
Removing the dinette booth can create so much more functional and usable space.
Adding a fireplace not only provides additional heat without using up all your propane, but it's also very cozy!
Need to replace an ugly jack knife sofa? Build your own pull out sofa frame and then either attach a futon or make your own cushions.
It's easy to replace old, yellowed tub surrounds with Dumawall vinyl tile.
Sometimes it makes sense to separate a space by building a wall.
A small space can be fully utilized when the TV only comes out when you need it.
A staircase that doubles as storage allows small children to reach both of the upper bunks.
You can redesign the sleeping areas to fit the needs of your family.
Removing overhead cabinets and building a floating shelf often gives you more storage and opens up the space.
Building new modern cabinet doors is easier than you might think.