If your new or old RV is in need of an update before prime RV camping season arrives, let us at MWSS, Inc. help you make the kitchen of your dreams a reality. A major component of a kitchen transformation is the appliances used. Outdated appliances decrease the value and aesthetic of your RV. With new, modern kitchen appliances, your RV will be in the best condition to house your family and friends for not only the upcoming spring season, but for years to come. Today we are going to share our top kitchen appliances and our tips on how to choose the right ones for your specific RV.
We have devoted an entire blog to informing you on "What You Need to Know About RV Refrigerators." From fridge fans to temperature settings, knowing the specifics of your unit is necessary before making any updates or changes to your RV refrigerator. Most modern RVs carry residential fridges in them, and the ones that don't should look into upgrading soon! Some considerations to think of before purchasing a new refrigerator are: what are the dimensions of your fridge space? (weight and height are a big component here), what does your unit operate on (gas or propane, this makes a difference), and what are some of the top brands Rvers use in their vehicle. At MWSS, we carry a selection of reliable, top residential refrigerator brands that are guaranteed to fulfill your fridge needs. One of our most popular refrigerator brands is Frigidaire, and the ASCOLI 6.5 CU. FT. 2-WAY RV REFRIGERATOR is one model you don't want to overlook. This fridge features a stainless steel door and handle design. Read more about the brands we carry here.
Regardless if you are a full-time RVer or just indulge on occasional camping trips in your RV, a dishwasher is a handy appliance to have in your RV. Although, it is not the most common appliance in older RV models, it is quickly becoming a popular must-have. The more guests you have stay in your RV, the more dishes you are bound to have dirty. This is why it is a smart idea to install a dishwasher for cleanliness, to save time, and to ease your on-the-road kitchen experience. Some considerations you need to take into account before installation is if you have enough gray tank capacity for additional water waste, do you have the room or cabinet space in your RV, and picking a dishwasher based on the volume of water it uses.
No matter the length of your camping trip, it is wise to have the proper resources available to clean your clothes, towels, etc. while on the road. Camping can get dirty- which is part of what makes it fun, but dirty clothes are not fun for anyone, can smell up a small RV space, and leave you without clean clothing if you didn't pack an adequate supply. Having a 2-in-1 washer and dryer installed in your RV can save not only space, but the hassle of overpacking.
Tankless water heaters are quickly becoming an RV "norm" in the states, originally making their way in the European market. Before installing one of these heaters, you need to speak with a professional and know the specific inter workings of your RV. Some information we recommend asking the specialist you choose includes: how easy is this heater to install in my RV (time, money, etc.), does my RV run on propane- because most tanks do, and in the case that you run out of available water, is there a shut-off valve in place to use? All of these aspects require specific information that determine if a tankless water heater is the right choice for you. One of our top water heating systems is the GE WHOLE RV WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM which is certified to reduce sediment, scale, dirt, and rust in the water, appliances, and plumbing fixtures in your RV.
This small appliance is the perfect addition to portable cooking. Induction Cooktops provide instant heat for safe and fast food preparation. If your cooktop requires power to your RV electric rather than installation, you won't be able to use your cooktop in the case of a power outage. This is something to consider when purchasing your cooktop. Special cookware may be required to use on your induction cooktop.
We all know and love the convenience, speediness, and versatility while traveling. A convection oven can be bought with conjoining microwave, or both units can be purchased separately. This 2-in-1 product will provide the perfect cooking appliances with the least amount of space possible. A convection oven uses air circulation to speed up cooking, boiling, and baking. Make sure you know the space requirements of your oven/microwave before purchasing to ensure it will fit in your RV unit. Also, buying a product that has at least a 1-year warranty is always a smart choice as a consumer to cover you in the event that it stops working properly. One of our most popular GE 2-in-1 convection oven/microwave is the GE PROFILE AND CAFE ADVANTIUM® OVEN.
Some extra small appliances to consider adding to your must-have list before your next RV camping trip might include: a portable/handheld vacuum, air purifier, portable ice maker, dehumidifier, and coffee maker. All of these appliances are generally low-cost, high-benefit products that enhance the quality of your RV experience triple-fold. These may seem like minuscule additions, but they really add to the coziness, functionality, and making your RV feel like home while on the road.
If you are in need of updating any of your current appliances or electronics before the spring RV camping season arrives, contact us at MWSS for the best quality brands on the market.