Sorry, Glen is right -- meant to say two-way hot water tank. And this does mean that you can use it on propane
or electric. We found that we saved a lot of propane
by running our hot water tank on the RV Park's dime, so to speak.
has an option for an oven inside, but we could not give up the storage space for it. So our compromise was to get a gas oven you can use outside. So, like the gas grills people use outside, this can be used outside, too, for biscuits, muffins, roasting, etc.
Check out the web site: Escape Trailer Industries > Home
where you can look at the trailer's specs and pricing.
Water tanks are underneath, but in our case I think they may be covered by the closed foam cell insulation.
Yes, adding all the insulation, dual-pane windows
, etc. did add some weight
, so our dry weight
is around 3000 lbs. We talked to the builders and they indicated that the max weight
is very conservative, so you can put more into it than what the posted limit says quite safely.