chromisdesigns,Maybe this will revive this dead subforum? Any other Coach House owners on here, or anyone interested in them?
We love it. Just rolled over 18K miles since May 2013... Most recent trip was a month through the Pacific Northwest.chromisdesigns,
You have the very same Coach House floor plan that we're considering (dinette + twin bed, although we're not sure about the slideout yet). How do you like it? How willing were they to make modifications to the plan? Which options did you get?
ps - nice build thread.
I'm going for the 240 too.So I guess that will make ours kind of unique.
Congratulations, if our experience is any indication you will love it!Chromis,
We "pulled the trigger" on a Coach House Platinum II 240 this week. Thank you for your input via this forum.
We decided not to get the slide out (241XL). This kind of surprised the folks at Coach House; apparently almost all the Sprinter-based RVs they build are the 241 model. So I guess that will make ours kind of unique.
We ordered the 2nd coach battery, solar, stabilizer, and tank heaters. I also asked them to install a compressor fridge instead of the Dometic absorbtion fridge and they're going to try to accommodate that.
If I can get them to send me in-progress photos I'll post them on a new thread here.
Yes, I'm having them add two 95-watt panels, although I may change that to one 160-watt panel if there is room on the roof for it.I'm going for the 240 too.
A bit hesitating on the Dinette or the Sofa in front. The sofa would leave more room for legs and be more social for hangouts when we turn around the cabin seats.
Are you going solar?
No, most of our camping is in the shade...and we have enough battery capacity to go 2-3 days boondocking. If the batteries get low we can always run the generator if we won't be driving that day. But we don't need it every day, even using the furnace on cold nights. If we did a lot of desert camping, I would get a panel or two.Hey chromisdesigns, have you gone solar too?