Greystone by Way brings the heat for RV cooking appliances, including ranges, cooktops, and even portable griddles. We know RV owners want their cooking capabilities to be endless, so we design our products to have the residential feel many expect when in the kitchen.
"Take Your Home on the Road" means comfort and ease of use when the time comes to prepare a great meal no matter your location.
Here are some frequently asked questions regarding all things Greystone cooking ranges.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are some popular RV cooking methods?
There are many ways to accomplish getting your meals cooked when hitting the road, and it all depends on your vehicle's capabilities. You could cook a meal fireside, on a Greystone griddle in an outdoor kitchen, or deliver a meal for dozens right in your RV's interior kitchen using a range or cooktop.
Cooktops, Ovens, Ranges? What is the difference?
Many don't know the difference between the commonly used words to describe kitchen appliances, but there is a difference.
- Ovens are a chamber used for cooking, heating, baking, and grilling foods.
- Cooktops are an appliance used to cook food by providing heat directly.
- Ranges are a combination of the two – both a cooktop and an oven with a fuel source, either gas or electricity.
Do all RVs have ranges?
Depending on a vehicle's kitchen size, it may not have all the cooking appliances owners are accustomed to at home.
However, some vehicle kitchens, such as Class A RVs, have large appliances, including cooking ranges.
Are RV cooking ranges as big as my range at home?
Your residential range is probably slightly bigger than the RV range you may find in your vehicle.
A standard residential range is normally about 30 inches wide, 27–29 inches deep, and 36 inches tall. For comparison, Way's largest range option is 24 inches wide, 25 inches deep, and 37 inches tall. Oven cooking space is also more compact but while RV models are more limited, their capability is still intact with cooking temperatures up to 500 degrees.
How are RV Ranges powered?
Another difference between RV ranges and at-home units is how they are powered. While your residential range is likely electric or natural gas-powered, our Greystone by Way models (and most industry units) run off the vehicle's propane gas storage.
How many burners do your ranges have?
Our models vary, but most of our range products come with either three or four high output burners.
How many BTUs do your burners provide?
The burners on our ranges, from our 17” models up to our 24” units, supply over 8000 BTUs per burner.
What temperature does your range reach?
The oven portion of our ranges has a maximum temperature of 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
What are some good recipes to make on my RV range?
There are plenty of fun, easy, and delicious recipes to make in your RV kitchen. Check out these links to find what sounds good to you!
Do I have to do anything differently due to my RV range running on propane?
RV ranges require you to relight them manually using the ignitor knob.
Do all RV Ranges drop into a counter opening?
Traditionally, RV ranges and ovens were the drop-in variety. More recently, manufacturers like Way have begun to design more traditional slide-in models like those you would see in a residential kitchen.
Our 21” slide-in model comes with additional storage drawers that can store cooking sheets, pans, kitchen utensils and help provide extra storage space.
Can I cook with my range's glass cover down?
Many Way range models come equipped with a foldable glass cover that helps to provide additional counter space when not in use.
DO NOT cook on your Greystone cooking range with the glass top-down; it is not designed for high heat and can become dangerous.
We hope this has helped answer some of your common questions when it comes to picking the right cooking range for your RV kitchen. Need help choosing the right model? Contact Way to learn more about Greystone ranges and our other kitchen appliances to upgrade your RV.