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What price do your caravans start from?

Our older caravans start from approximately £1000, double glazed and centrally heated caravans can start from about £6000 depending on our current stock.

Where are your caravans located?

Our caravans are predominately located at our storage yard in South Wales.

Are your caravans sited on a park?

Our caravans are off site only, if you have a park in mind you will need find out whether or not they will allow you to bring a caravan on to their site, in most cases the answer will be no as most parks will have a policy where they will only sell you one of their own caravans. In some instances parks will allow you to bring on your own caravan, a charge will normally apply plus a yearís site fees, this will vary from site to site.

In the case of new caravans, any park without a direct account with the manufacturers would have to buy through the agent for that area, we may be able to help in this situation as we can contact the agent on your behalf but ultimately the total price would be dictated by the park.

How much does it cost to transport a caravan?

Depending on the caravans location transport costs can vary from £200- £1000 and from £2500 - £4500 if going to the south of France or maybe southern Spain.

Will you buy back your caravans?

In most cases, we will buy back your caravan providing itís been looked after, the buy back valuation will be based on the caravans trade valuation at the time less transportation costs book.

Do you offer a guarantee?

The Caravan Warehouse doesn't offer a written guarentee as such as our used caravans are sold as seen, but if for example a fault occurs over and above normal wear and tear we will be happy to put this matter right, the fault would have to be reported to us within 5 days of delivery.

Is the access to the caravanís location important when delivering?

Yes the access is extremely important when delivery a caravan, you must be aware of the following: The turning circle, low overhanging trees, low cables and any narrow entrance points, common sense and little planning will ensure these issues do not present a problem, very rarely a crane will be required.

Will the caravan have a gas test certificate?

The answer is no, once a caravan is transported the current gas certificate becomes invalid.

Will I need to get a gas test for my caravan?

Parks insist that all static caravans must be commissioned by a Gas Safe Engineer, private sales must also follow these guide lines.
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