First Eco-Friendly Travel Trailers by EverGreen

A new generation of all composite, eco-friendly travel trailers has just been launched by EverGreen Recreational Vehicles manufactured by using the Company’s proprietary ComposiTek construction process making them completely recyclable.

The trailer was produced from wood-free composite materials, resulting in a lighter weight, easier to tow and therefore more fuel-efficient product. So what we have here is in fact a greener way to spend our long-term holidays, which is not only healthy for us, but for the environment as well.

Doug Lantz, President of EverGreen, has showed how using composites to produce a green travel trailer resulted in a more durable product, potentially outlasting conventionally built products. Loaded up with standard features, an EverGreen reportedly weighs 1,000 to 1,200 pounds lighter than major competitors.

"By eliminating wood and incorporating composite materials, we have achieved a product that is tougher, more durable, lighter weight and virtually waterproof. Moisture and water damage were the demise of old wood RVs--with the use of composites we have eliminated this weakness to produce a longer lasting product with higher resale value," he explained.

EverGreen's ComposiTek construction is four times the strength of wood products. Originally specified for military use, ComposiTek materials are vacuum laminated onto a structural frame of double-welded aluminum.

According to the manufacturer, the walls, roof and floor of an Ever-Lite trailer will not dry rot, mildew or deteriorate from exposure to water or humidity, and it is covered with a 12-year warranty on the roof, a three-year warranty on the structural integrity and a two-year bumper-to-hitch warranty.
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