Cranbrook’s Rite-Way R.V. Services moves and expands

Rite-Way R.V. Services is owned and operated by Rob Powell and Darcy Milne.

Sign showing new home of Rite-Way RV Services.

— Photo courtesy Kootenay Business

Cranbrook’s Rite-Way R.V. Services has expanded with a move right next door to a larger 4-acre yard and a more spacious repair facility as well as a bigger office and parts department.

Rite-Way is now located on the corner of the Highway 3/95 and Mission Road, literally a short distance from their previous location on Wieler Frontage Road, in Cranbrook.

Rite-Way R.V. Services is owned and operated by Rob Powell and Darcy Milne.

According to their website, “Rob Powell comes from a long history of mechanical and welding experience and has 15 years of experience in the R.V. Service and Repair Industry. He and his wife Darcy Milne decided to venture out on their own to expand into mobile R.V. repair and in 2013 Rite-Way R.V. Repair was created. In just a short time, business has expanded quickly!”

Rob has his inter-provincial Red Seal Recreational Vehicle Mechanical certification as well as his welding Class C certification and with his mobile RV service he travels throughout the region to repair and service RV’s.

Rite-Way R.V. Services in Cranbrook has outgrown two facilities and is now settling into a new, bigger facility which allow the company to continue to grow and expand.

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