We have been in business since 2016 and started our business because of our love for RVing and the experience of knowing what it takes to upgrade and make your RV more fun. We have learned many things over the years through trial and error and are enthusiastic about RV Everything hence our name RVEverything.com.
The products we carry are products we know first hand are important to make driving and pulling an RV worry free. We have a lot of products and add new products almost daily. If there is something specific your looking for or you have any questions about anything on our site don’t hesitate to send us an email or give us a call. We will do our very best to help you get what your looking for. Everything we carry is top of the line to better your RVing experience, and make your time out with the family more memorable.
How it all got started…
Back in the early 80s, my wife and I started RVing by borrowing my dads pull trailer, we did that for 2 or 3 trips to the coast here in Calif. and then we decided to buy a tent trailer, that when opened up it was about 22ft. It was fun even though I couldn't sleep for anything, because I'm a light sleeper and heard everything going on outside. I had installed a water heater ,and a water pump and a single handle kitchen faucet with hot and cold running water, to make it nicer for my wife. She was a city slicker from Pittsburgh Pa. so I had to make her comfortable so she would agree to go camping. I even built a redwood slatted floor and an outside shower ring and curtain with hot and cold running water. this made her very happy.
Then our 1st trip to our church camp with it, a friend asked me if I would be interested in his 24' hard body pull trailer? He had pulled it up to the campsite and the toilet stuck and flooded the trailer, and he and his wife decided it was time to buy a new 5th wheel trailer. So he hooked it back up and pulled it back home and came back and rented a hotel room for the weekend. I agreed to look at it, and after that weekend wy wife and I went to look at his trailer which was beautifully maintained, and we made a deal so I started camping in a hard body trailer and now I could sleep and enjoyed each trip much more. Then in the early 90s we upgraded to a 26 ft 5th wheel trailer and I started upgrading it with stereo system, a power inverter for dry camping and still have 115 volt from my battery pack without being hooked to live power, I added a solar cell to charge my battery pack during the day so we had power at night.
Our Friends and neighbor had bought a new 2007 Forest River WildCat 5th wheel and its maiden voyage was to Canada and back and then 3 local trips here in Ca. Then he had a stroke and died. She kept the rv in a shed out of the sun, and after 3 years she decided to sell it and we bought it and am still going 3 to 5 trips a year with it (Lord Willing).
I have upgraded the double 12 volt lead acid battery system to 1 Relion Lithium Iron 12 volt 100 AH battery and inverter system for dry camping, with video watching or sound system going and all the lights on, I have converted all it's lighting to LED to conserve power and have better light as well. We are able to dry camp for a week on one battery and still have power left over. I am considering putting on a solar system to allow us longer dry camping trips. The only problem is fresh and grey water storage. This trailer is 30 ft long 5th wheel with 14' slide out, and the tanks are not large enough for longer dry camping trips.
We were in our mid 30s when we started RVing, and haven't had a bad trip todate, just some better than others, I like to make things the way I can enjoy them more and that is why I like to take what I have and built it my way, for more enjoyment and ease of operation and efficiency. This Aug 2019, I will turn 75, and enjoying every trip we take.