[vc_row type=”in_container” scene_position=”center” text_color=”dark” text_align=”left” overlay_strength=”0.3″][vc_column column_padding=”no-extra-padding” column_padding_position=”all” background_color_opacity=”1″ background_hover_color_opacity=”1″ width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Whether you have treated yourself to a brand new caravan, or whether you have bought one second hand, you don’t want the value of your caravan to depreciate too rapidly.
Even if you don’t intend on selling your caravan you will still want it to remain in top condition so you can continue to enjoy it for many years to come.
There are several things that you can do to stop your mobile caravan losing value. Here are a few actions that you can take that will ensure your caravan keeps its condition and its resale value.
Regular servicing is one of the best ways to stop your caravan depreciating. A professional mobile caravan service will highlight anything that needs replacing or fixing, before it causes any damage. Documentation of regular servicing also proves that your caravan has been well looked after and cared for.
Professional damp checks
It is very hard to spot any areas of damp in a mobile caravan before it does real damage. Take you caravan to a professional regularly for a damp check. Damp can do real damage to a mobile caravan and once it has taken hold it is hard to fix. A professional can check for any signs of damp and fix the problem before it is too late.
Keep an eye on all your fixtures and fittings and also on what is new on the market. There is no need to update too regularly, but having a modern kitchen, an interior that looks new and isn’t worn will add a lot of value to your mobile caravan.
Ensuring that the interior of your caravan looks smart and comes with everything that a buyer would expect is essential if you want your caravan to maintain its value.
Clean the exterior of your caravan regularly to keep it looking shiny and new. Regular cleaning will also remove any corrosive substances, such as salt, and therefore prolong the life span of your caravan.
Take care when you store your caravan when it is not in use. There is no need to store your caravan inside, as they are designed to be stored outside. However, do not leave it underneath any trees, as falling debris can damage the bodywork of the caravan.
If you want to cover your caravan then choose a material that is fully breathable. Your caravan needs a good airflow when it is in storage to prevent damp
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