Riverside Lowers Outdoor Kitchen Work Level
Peru, Ind.-based Riverside Travel Trailer Inc. has just completed the redesign of its outside kitchen, improving the user experience by lowering the work level by 10 inches from previous models.
“The downside of most outside kitchens is that the work area is too high, and the small sink is of limited use for cleaning up after cooking out,” said Mark Gerber, vice president of sales, in a press release. “We lowered the sink into the floor and removed the LP cook top in favor of a swing-mount grill. These two changes allowed us to install a double bowl sink and open up a larger work area for food preparation.”
Gerber said that the new counter height is very comfortable for the average height camper, and the convenience of the traditional kitchen sink sets Riverside apart in the marketplace. “Riverside’s unique features and floorplans have customer appeal as you can see from our facebook page with over 6000 likes,” he added.
For more information visit www.riversidetrailer.com.