Where are Willerby caravans made?
Willerby at a glance We operate from a 90-acre site in Hull, employ over 1,100 staff and produce more than 8,000 holiday homes every year. We’re a pioneering company and also have showgrounds in Hull, Southport and Livingston, in Scotland.
Where is the serial number on a Willerby caravan?
You’ll find a master window label in the nearside front window’s bottom left hand corner. There’s also a label in the gas locker and then most windows should be applied with a tamper proof window lozenge.
How long do static caravans last UK?
How Long Can Static Caravans Last? With proper maintenance, static caravans can last decades. We’ve seen many mobile homes remaining functional even after 20 and 30 years of use and more. That’s because you can replace all the parts anytime, whether to repair or renew them.
How quickly do caravans depreciate?
about 15% per year
Just like a car, a caravan will depreciate in value at a rate of about 15% per year, so you could think of it as another hidden cost of owning a caravan. Some caravans hold their value well, but others will be practically worthless in a decade. So, do a bit of research before you buy, if you intend to sell it.
What is the largest mobile home UK?
This latest, state-of-the-art residential park home is big in every sense. It comes in four lengths, ranging from 50ft up to the maximum permissible by law, 60ft. It comes in two widths, 20ft and 22ft, giving it the largest size legally possible in the United Kingdom.
How do you tell what year your caravan is?
The VIN number, also known as the chassis number, serial number or CRIS number, is the main indicator of your caravan’s age. You will find the VIN number either in the window, door or A frame.
How do I find out what model my caravan is?
The most obvious place to look is on your sales documents or CRIS registration documents (if you have them). Most reputable dealers will specify the make, model and year of the caravan and list it like this “2021 Swift Challenger 530”.
What happens to older static caravans?
Its not unusual to see static caravans from 20 – 30 years old end up on farms, building sites or even people back gardens. Whilst they can still be repaired and have a use static caravan’s will always be around. When the static caravan become in a static of disrepair they can be stripped down used for scrap.
Do static caravans lose value?
How long do Static Caravans last? The average depreciation rate of a static caravan is similar to that of a car. This works out at about 15% per year, although this figure is simplified to an extent. Newer caravans depreciate more quickly than older caravans, so that’s worth bearing in mind.