With more than 100 years experience between them spent at some of the most renowned RV companies in America, Paul Miller and Tony Newman joined forces to create a new RV manufacturer in the heartland.
Based in Nappanee, Indiana, Heritage One RV boasts a long list of reasons why travelers should buy its product; the list actually contains 30 top factors that make this new product so intriguing, including 80-inch ceiling heights, residential 60/40 sinks, a true 60×80-inch queen-size bed, huge patio area awnings and special electrical wiring techniques, to name but five.
The trailer line, Due West, features eight floorplans, each offering a choice of five interior décor treatments, painted radius lower skirts, quality cabinets, ball-bearing full-extension drawers and deluxe baggage doors. The Due West 25-foot Bunk House model should appeal to families, in particular, with its surplus of sleeping space and abundant storage. The rear bunk beds measure an ample 32×72 inches and face the good-size curbside bath, making it especially practical for kids. The mid-trailer dinette faces the well-equipped galley, while the forward bedroom with its queen-size bed provides comfort, privacy and walk-around space for a couple. The Due West 25-foot Bunk House claims a gvwr of 5,700 pounds, allowing cargo-carrying room for 1,300 pounds of toys, big and small, in the clean, finished and lighted storage compartments.