Most RVs come equipped with a refrigerator as an RV necessity. RV refrigerators are smaller in size and require less power than a residential refrigerator. But can you install a residential fridge in an RV? Check out this article to learn great tips on the differences and how to modify your RV to accommodate a larger RV. #rvblogger #rvrefrigerator #rvfridge #rvrenovation #rvmodification #rvkitchen #rvtips #traveltrailertips #fulltimervliving #rvliving
An RV refrigerator has some unique quirks about it. Common questions include: How level does an RV refrigerator need to be to work properly? Can you drive an RV with the refrigerator running on propane? Here is the best and fastest way to cool items in your RV refrigerator. Helpful tips for new RV owners and RV renters!
Unless you are very lucky and have a brand new RV with a shiny new fridge, the chances are that the fridge you have is not the prettiest piece in your RV kitchen. A new fridge for an RV is not cheap though, and you would expect to pay four digit prices for a proper one. So if upgrading is not an option, what to do with the one you already have? Here are 6 different ideas on how to update your RV refrigerator.
The Everchill by Way 7.7 Cubic Foot 12-Volt model is a great midsize refrigerator option for RV owners looking to expand their cooking application and food storage on the road. With 7.7 cubic feet of internal storage, you will be able to store the necessities and even some campsite favorites for easy accessibility. The 7.7 model includes both a fridge and freezer to keep your goods both fresh and frozen. Both refrigerator and freezer have control dials within their compartments for…