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Old 19-11-2017, 23:40
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Hi Bluebells

Our site does sound like yours, we can receive no mail, must have a full time address for i.e council tax, etc.

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Old 20-11-2017, 08:02
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Hi Bluebells

Our site does sound like yours, we can receive no mail, must have a full time address for i.e council tax, etc.

Dave
Looking at your 1st post,it might be why people have made the assumption that as you have sold your house you will be "living" on site..
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Dave.

I was lucky enough to have a caravan with a washing machine in the kitchen fitted by the manufacturer but when it was going through the spin cycle everything in the van shook slightly. A near neighbour had both a washing machine and a tumble dryer in Keter plastic boxes but I didn’t ever hear them when they were running. She never had any problems with either appliance so I would think that those plastic boxes are both strong enough and weatherproof enough to cope. She had each appliance in a separate box though.

Regarding whether your site is a holiday site or residential- well I’m not even going to go down that road but would ask that you are careful, get everything in writing and read the small print. I hope everything works out for you.
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As this is our first caravan can you hang pictures etc on the walls as you would do in a standard house. We have some big pictures and obviously the walls are not a thick as a standard house

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Dave
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Old 09-01-2018, 10:48
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I used the 3M Command strips on a picture I hung last year but I think it'll depend on the weight of the picture.
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Dave , start a new thread in the relevant section .. you should get more response that way
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As this is our first caravan can you hang pictures etc on the walls as you would do in a standard house. We have some big pictures and obviously the walls are not a thick as a standard house

thanks

Dave
Hi Dave. Our van came with fairly large pictures as standard. They have wood frame and glass. Hung with hook and eyelet type fittings on all 4 corners. Presumably located on wooden framework inside walls. 1 is on chimney breast and covers the servicing hatch for flue, other on dividing wall between dining area and bedroom. They are very secure but fiddly to locate when putting picture back up.
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