Remove two bolts and the fiberglass under the bed thing will be gone. But, you'll need to fabricate a board to support your mattress. But that's fairly easy with a piece of 3/4" plywood and a small facia board. Once that's done, underbed drawers are wonderful.
Is your fridge a 3-way? The all electric version uses a compressor fridge (Norcold DC0040). Granted, it's small, but it is very efficient. And yes, you can change the fridge. But you may need to cut some fiberglass from the front of the counter. But, before you do, check out the prices of a new fridge. They are very pricey. Someday, I'm planning to upgrade the fridge to one that's a bit larger. There is a bit of room beneath the fridge, so I could fit one that's a little taller.
came as "all electric" and I've since added propane
so that it would be more available for off-grid campsites. I replaced the electric water heater with a combination electric/propane unit and added a propane furnace
. I didn't add a stove and I kept the original electric heater. The state and federal campgrounds in the northeast almost never have hookups, so the propane
is very handy.
We don't cook inside either. You could probably cap off the propane line to the stove and replace it with a maple cutting board or even have a fiberglass shop splice in a piece of the underbed fiberglass thing to restore the counter top.
We have four 120 v duplex outlets, over the sink for the microwave
, under the bed for the water heater, over the dinette table, and one for the AC unit.