“Since we are still privately owned – and have been since day one – we can focus on improving quality and value rather than trying to cut corners and costs,” said co-owner Terri Stewart.
“Being park models is all we do here at Pinnacle, and given the amount of repeat and referral orders we receive, we are constantly working to take our product to the next level. And as of this month we are taking some of our most popular options and making them standard features,” said production manager Randy Stewart Jr.
The company’s Montana line of park model RVs will now feature solid-surface counter tops with upgraded faucets and sinks, Low E vinyl thermal pane windows and an upgraded appliance package.
Standards on the company’s Wellington Premier series also include solid-surface counter tops, Low E vinyl thermal pane windows and an upgraded appliance package along with engineered wood flooring, metal roof, painted fiber cement siding and painted all-wood residential style trim and molding.
These popular features along with existing standard features such as all-wood cabinets and all-wood cabinet doors “certainly separates us from other manufacturers, all while being very competitive across the United States,” said Sales Manager Andy Davis.
With the changes, the company is expecting sales to stay on a record-breaking track for 2015.