Originally Posted by bdpreece
Suspect if you really want someone experienced in RV cabinets you will need to go down to Junction City or possibly Eugene.
Given our fifth wheel is used as a park model and doesn't travel anywhere (We have a pickup camper for that), we're not too worried about the cabinet's being built lightweight, a standard heavy household cabinet will work just fine, it just needs to be built to somewhat match the styling of the existing cabinets.
The counters there's not much I can do about, unless I decide to just replace it all with granite or find another Corian shop (as our current counter tops are corian), and a butcher block area would be most useful.
I'd build it myself, but I don't have any heated space to do the staining and varnish spray, or access to a table saw.
Our current cabinets are entirely assembled through the use of pocket screws (kreg joints), which has been wonderful for making modifications.
I will look into the Amazing Creations shop, but shy of sending them measurements and photos, I doubt they're going to be feasible, as our trailer doesn't move.