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So the question I have is not requesting caravan parts but rather if you sell caravans I know you buy caravans that are unwanted damaged damp or just at the end of their useful life, so do any of these old scrap caravans come in to your scrapping caravans yards in good enough condition to still have life left in them without any work needed or at least with minimum caravan repairs required to go back to being good touring caravans.
If you do have such in your Berwick Caravan Breakers scrap yard would you be kind enough to let me know the price and condition of them please.
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The answer to this question is yes just send us a message on the contact us page and if we have anything suitable we will let you know.
I have posted this chaps request on the Berwick caravan breakers page also.
Well it's been quite a ride from a start up little acorn to a National Caravan Breakers a ride well worth taking though as we have met many great people and made lots of great friends, it is my firm opinion that the vast majority of people who love camping and caravanning are the absolute salt of the earth.
Of course like any business National caravan breakers has the odd person we don't like very much but these are a rarity and minuscule in comparison to our vast army of loyal supporters, the massive majority customers we get are the sort of people who would just about anything to help just like we are on caravan and camping sites.
We even have customers write to us offering caravan parts they no longer need and want to see them go to a good home, we help by putting them together with a request we have if we can not supply the caravan parts at that time.
Some of the thank you calls we get here at National caravan breakers are tear jerking simply because we know how much you good caravan folk think about your caravans and actually like the fact that we will put your beloved home from home to good use and there by keep other peoples truly loved caravans on the road.
I have a 2006 atlas moonstone 35x10 3 bed and I'm looking for some kitchen units as the laminate has started coming away and the end panel has started warping. Hi I am looking for cushions for my swift signature 18/4. Also looking for the table top bit of the chest of drawers for the same caravan.
Hi, I have a 29 x 10 static caravan that needs to be scrapped, structurally sound (was being used until September last year when another was purchased) and easily accessible. Hi, we have a 28' x 10', 2 bedroom static caravan, which we have been using for storage, approx 10 yrs old. Needs to be gone by the end of August. Good access for removal, would you be interested? Kind Regards.
Great campsite nice owners and staff cheap very clean and diesel at £1 a gallon whats not to like
Oh yes I nearly forgot Luxembourg City is great as well a pleasant mix of old and new to keep everyone happy, my first day was mad hot blazing sun and 31 degrees loved it and made the most of it with plenty sun bathing.
Next day was nice around seven am as I had my shower (did I mention how clean this campsite is kept) anyway after that I had breakfast of coffee with and apple and a banana start the day then it started to cloud over and the temperature dropped a bit (not a lot)
So I made a decision to have a drive around the Luxembourg old quarter which by the way is since 1994 on the UNESCO World Heritage site so lots to see and I have pictures to prove I went and done this personally see the photos if you don't believe me.
The main take away I got from these talks was that if you’re doing a diy project it is best to just buy some materials and get cracking you can always change your mind later, so many people spend to long messing around with researching and end up not getting started at all and walking away from it altogether. For proof just look at how many vans are for sale as unfinished projects or they say changed circumstances and the like when most of the time they have just talked themselves out of the lightweight caravan cupboards job altogether. Contact Us.
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Hi I have a 1985/86 sprite musketeer ,am looking for a front window 59" x 29" approx. just wondered if you had anything or know where I could get one ,thanks regards.
I am looking for a replacement skylight for an old caravan and will be in Kent until 20th August I cannot measure height as has collapsed in in itself .
the front window of our caravan has delaminated, looking for repair or replacement.
Hi I have a Lunar Solar Eclipse 2001 and am looking for, the centre and off side front windows The centre window is 780 at the hinge and 860 drop to the centre. The offside front (looking from the hitch position) is angled at the bottom and measurers 550 at the hinge and 800 drop on outside of caravan 830 drop next to centre window. The window sticker shows Roxite 94 Pollyplastic Rotterdam I hope you can help.
Hi looking for caravan window replacement the below windows for camper. Polyplastics double glazed windows, top hinge, 5 locking system. Actual size of window Window A 1500mm X 725mm. The opening size of the window in the van is 1450 mm X 650mm. Window B 750mm x 425mm. The opening size of the window in the van is 700 x 350mm. If you don't have any to suit could you send on info about other people in the trade that might help me. Best regards.
Hi, Looking for caravan window replacement rear window . If you do not have the specific one then I would consider something of the same size that I could just bond in . Colour not important although the correct is roxite 80 Photo included many Thanks. Label info ROXITE 60 D78 POLY PLASTIC ROTERDAM 9701 PMMA.
We need 2 glass/ plastic domes as ours got smashed in storm, its a chocolate box window but if u don't have one will settle for normal window. On the window 399 pmma 0107 polyplastic.
I need 30 plus curtain hooks to fit the rail in our 1980s eccles amethyst we have just had caravan window replacement.
Hi hope this little series from my florist daughter helps you with keeping your caravan looking cool and helping with the decor, you can change it every few days if you want a different look.
4 .Lastly, clean your caravan decoration arrangements regularly. I know it sounds like an extra chore, but a few seconds of dusting will help keep your decorations looking fresh, and it will make it much harder for the average visitor to tell that they are artificial.
3. You should make every attempt to make you caravan decoration arrangements look natural, whether you make them yourself or buy them. If you just throw everything into a vase and put no effort into your arrangements, it will show. Invest in pots that you would see the plants in, and natural arrangements. Use rocks and sand for cacti arrangements, but use Spanish moss around the base of larger, tree-like plants. You want your ferns to look like they’re actually in dirt, not just a foam block. This little effort will go a long way into your satisfaction level. You can even purchase fake water to make your arrangements look more realistic!
2. Take into consideration what materials the decorations are made from. Silk flowers often feel like the real deal. Artificial plants come in many shapes, sizes, and materials. Everyone has their own preference so you just have to find the ones that you prefer. A quick jaunt around the local florist will help you find the looks and styles you favour.