Often, after owning an RV for a few years, some RVers come to realize that they need a change. That change could mean buying a new RV, but there’s always the less radical change available: renovation.
Most of the time the owners find they could use more space, the layout no longer suits their needs, or the decor has lost its charm since they drove it off the lot. If you don’t want to purchase a totally new motor home or travel trailer, then renovations may be the way to go.
“We love our coach, except…” Lazydays Tampa interior remodeling foreman Sean Farr says he hears this same familiar beginning phrase from many owners. Some of the top changes requested, according to Farr, are additional TVs, a space for a refrigerator, or a floor in a different color or material.
Scheduling an appointment at what is affectionately known as the ‘cabinet shop’ in the service bay area is the best way to learn about what can be done to your RV. An expert from the renovations team will meet you at your RV and discuss any changes you have in mind.
“We try to match the comfort and style of the coach and the way it feels,” says Farr. “We pride ourselves on producing high-quality upgrades. We only use solid wood when we construct new items.”
Farr explains that when doing transitions, the experts take a look at the coach to see if the modification is right for the model. Sometimes, he says, they have to let RVers know that what they want to do may not be the best thing for the RV and then offer alternatives.
So, if you want a new flat screen, bigger shower, more storage space, or other needs, consider a visit to the cabinet shop where they can make your RV feel like new.