From the beginning, Genesis has built its reputation on providing customized solutions for the RV industry. Our partnerships with RV manufacturers began early on in our company history, and helped us develop a depth of knowledge on the unique needs of the industry. In addition to our expertise, one key advantage to partnering with Genesis is our broad capabilities.
From a product standpoint, we provide panels, moldings, interior components and doors, all built to suit individual RV designs. As a partner, we act as a one-stop supply chain manager for all materials, working tirelessly to ensure our customer receive the right products, at the right time for the right price. After years of experience, our in-house engineers and designers offer innovative advice and consultation on the complexities of RV interior planning – from weight and material benefits, to style and aesthetic considerations.
In the RV industry, we know that every detail and every minute matters – and make an extra effort to get it right, every time. To demonstrate our commitment to customers, we communicate frequently and offer daily deliveries within the Elkhart area. Our goal is to offer much more than a typical supplier or outsourcing partner, with a proactive relationship that feels more in-house than outsourced.
“Twas the Eve of Thanksgiving and all through the house, there were smells of turkey, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce…” Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season every year with its’ splendor and traditions dating back to the very first Thanksgiving in 1621. While we reflect on what we are thankful for each year, and those
Over the course of the year, Genesis Products has traveled from Orlando to attend the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) to the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, to the RV Open House in Elkhart, Indiana. We have seen new and innovative trends, and celebrated a lot of growth. Genesis Products is excited to
Last week, we talked about how residential designers are starting to find creative ways to store more with less space. This week, we want to talk about what to do in living situations where consumers really do have less space—in an RV or tiny home, for example. In these small spaces, skilled designers are getting