Truline RV. Don't Trade It. Update It Flat Screen HDTV Upgrades.

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"Your RV is a big investment. With new and better technologies, plus style changes and wear and tear – some normal, some not, it makes great financial sense to keep and upgrade your coach. That's why at Truline RV, we say 'Don't trade it. Update it.'" Chad Yackel, Founder and President - Truline RV.

With the advent of HDTV and flat screen televisions thousands of RVs became obsolete overnight. And unlike a home you can't just put a new set in place of the old.

Among other specialties, Truline RV knows how to remove the old tube-type TV and install a new HDTV flat screen TV in its' place – looking as if it came from the factory – often better.

"Besides updating your coach, switching to a flat panel makes your RV safer," says Chad Yackel, Owner and Founder of Truline RV adding, "Removing a heavy TV from over your head is always a good thing."

There is more to the process and Truline RV tends to the details. Structural work must be addressed with this kind of upgrade and cabinetry and finish work must meet or exceed the original coach-builders standards. "Every update we create is a result of true craftsmanship," says Yackel. "It doesn't meet my personal standard, it won't leave this shop."

Truline RV can install any type of HDTV from a basic LCD unit to a high end LED system. And one of Chad's passions is audio-video electronics. Truline RV always welcomes the challenge to exceed its' customers expectations.

"Coaches that have tube-type televisions and are in for upgrades should consider some other things as well," says Yackel.

With a new HDTV - a new Blu-ray/DVD player and antenna or satellite system should be considered. While on the roof, any leaks should be addressed as well.

While cabinetry is being remodeled, other projects to consider include replacing worn string blinds with Duo-roller shades. Window valence fabrics can be updated along with comforters and other accent pieces. And this would be the perfect time to change carpet, or remove it all together and install tile or wood flooring.

"The possibilities are endless," says Yackel. "It really depends on each customer's needs. Truline's main goal is to have our customers leave excited and renewed; and feeling as if we exceeded their expectations."

Truline RV customers travel from all over the Northwest and Southwest United States to take advantage of the shops commitment to quality and service. For more information contact Chad Yackel at

Truline RV Areas of Specialization

  • Custom Cabinetry / Floorplan Modification
  • Audio-Video Systems
  • Coach Re-Striping and Graphics and Full Body Paint
  • Window Treatments, Carpet, Tile and Wood Flooring, Upholstery
  • Collision Repair (Insurance Claims)
  • Structural Repair (Sidewalls)
  • RV Maintenance
  • And More…

About Truline RV

Truline RV is a family-owned business located in Spokane, Washington created in 2001. The Company was begun based on the philosophy that the RV community needed a better option when it came to repairs and complete custom remodels.

Having been in the industry since 1993, Chad Yackel, The Company's founder, formed Truline RV with the understanding that the RV lifestyle is about relaxation, comfort and peace of mind. It is in that spirit that Truline RV set out to provide those qualities in its' business model and differentiate itself from the competition.

Truline RV is not interested in being the biggest in the business - but rather it is committed to being the best through quality, attention to detail, depth of knowledge and work ethic.

For more information, contact Chad Yackel at: Chad(at)TrulineRV(dot)com. Logos, web and press images are available by contacting Yackel.


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