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Old 22-12-2015, 07:58
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Just a quick "thank you" to Darren and his team for the new windows and doors in our Willerby Granada XL (1999) in Ayrshire. The boys fitted them in rapid time and did a great job. Real professionals.

I wouldn't hesitate in recommending them to anyone else. Now looking forward to the colder weather, for once!
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Hi all,
After a disastrous start to static caravan owing (bought from a friend's sister, discovered damp and had to replace bedroom walls and floors) we have just finished our 4th year of thoroughly enjoying our caravan time.
We are weighing up whether it's worth investing in double glazing and general update of the caravan, such as new fire, rewrapping kitchen doors and dining table ( the wrap seems to have been warped and peeling away) versus a new van. We also need new flooring in the kitchen and living area, my dad had put wooden floors down in the hall and bedrooms when he was doing the damp fixing.
My thinking is that as my dad has spent so much time already on the van surely it's best that we spend a few thousand more in a order to maximise the comfort of this van rather than spending a fortune on upgrading. Would double glazingbetc give us another 10 years in this van, a Willerby Manor 3 bed circa 2004?
many thanks for your time
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