Q: When is your next availability for a conversion?

A:  We are usually booked out around 8-10 months for full conversions. We can typically fit in small services within a month.


Q: Do you supply the van?

A: No, but we can recommend Mercedes dealerships in Washington and California that are helpful in the ordering process. We also have a list of recommended features to order or to avoid. 

Q: I just have one thing I was wondering if you guys could help me with.

A: Our single services include windows, solar, fan, diesel heater, and battery power system installs.

Q: Can you work with other types of vans, or just Sprinters, Transits and Promasters?

A: We offer single services on other types of vans but do not do full conversions.


Q: I have an idea for my van but I want to talk to someone about it first and get some help with it.

A: We do not offer consulting services, but if you reserve a production space, we will design a layout for you based on your needs.


Q: How much does it cost?

A: Short wheel bases (144 Sprinter or the Short Ford Transit) generally range between $25-60k for a full conversion. Long wheel bases (170 Sprinter or Long/Extended Ford Transit) generally range between $35k-$85k for a full conversion. Phase 1 projects (insulation, paneling, solar power system, bed platform, and lighting) typically cost between $18k-$25k depending on material choices and wheel base.


Q: Do you work with people remotely?

A: Yes, we work for clients from all over the country.


Q: How long does it take for a van conversion?

A: Phase 1, or small conversions, typically take 1-2 months. Full conversions typically take 3-5 months. It all depends on your project.