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Caravan accessories, Motorhome accessories and Parts
If you are searching for motorhome accessories or motorhome spares, Leisureshopdirect can help. As one of the UK's largest online retailers of motorhome parts, we offer a wide range of items to help you repair or update your motorhome. Whether you own a large or small, a motorhome, we're sure to have just the motorhome accessory or spare part that you're looking for - from bike racks, towing mirrors, motorhome water heaters and 12v Lighting, through to Dometic air conditioning units and even Dometic Coolboxes and rooflights. If you are looking for somewhere to stay visit Camp Sites UK.
Generally a motorhome is used frequently- together with the vibrations from the road - it's not unusual for items to need replacing from time to time. Not surprisingly, you don't want to have to purchase a completely new appliance when something goes wrong and that's why we offer motorhome spares for every part of your holiday home. From large pieces like replacement windows, through to the littlest items - such as spare fridge shelves and thermocouples - our range of spare parts will definitely have just what you need to get your motor home up and running again. Furthermore, our website was created to make it easy to find the motorhome spares that you need. Nowhere else online is it possible to search for Dometic parts by product number and items from other manufacturers are just as easy to find with our intuitive exploded diagrams.
Creature Comforts for your Motorhome
Passing time in your mobile home should be relaxing and pleasurable - a chance to get away from the stress of everyday life and to reconnect with family members. Of course, one of the main benefits of holidaying in your motorhome is the chance to enjoy the great outdoors, without having to give up the luxuries of home, such as the gas cooker, the refrigerator and electricity. So whether you want to cook a fabulous meal, watch a bit of television or take a hot shower, the range of motorhome accessories from Leisureshopdirect will certainly have just what you need - with items from many of the leading brands. Dometic, Seitz, Spinflo, Truma, Thetford and Smev are some of the most popular manufacturers of motorhome accessories. These companies offer great products including windows, blinds, rooflights and vent covers, together with motorhome refrigerators, air conditioners and cookers. Or why not increase your living area by getting a new awning? While some of these motorhome awnings are merely small shelters that supply a bit of protection above the door, they can also be much larger structures with their own walls and windows - perfect as a eating area or a safe space for the children.
We supply everything for your motorhome here at from Leisureshopdirect
As specialists in providing motorhome accessories and motorhome spares to clients around the UK and the world, Leisureshopdirect takes pride in providing high-quality appliances and replacement parts at reasonable prices. Our team of engineers are on-hand to answer any questions that you may have and we are committed to providing excellent customer service - so you can stop worrying about your motorhome maintenance and start planning your next holiday! We have a strong caravan technical team, backed up by our large approved caravan/motorhome workshop where we service hundreds of caravans and motorhomes every year. We will be happy to answer any technical questions you may have on any motorhome accessory or motorhome spare part but please also take a look at our motorhome spare parts exploded diagrams. We can also help you keep up with the latest caravan/motorhome news. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter, and we'll be sure to tell you about the best motorhome destinations, as well as suggestions for making the most of your holiday home.
Whether you are driving your Motorhome around the Country or you are self building or converting your own motorhome, you will need a variety of spare parts for either the body build or for the appliances that are inside the motorhome. You may need a small build part such as Herzim strip, or a larger part such as a window to use in the self build. Driving the motorhome any distance will of course lead to damage of parts. We can provide any Dometic part for your motorhome fridge, parts that you can find easily using our schematic diagrams, be it a door bin for the fridge door, or a replacement shelf for the cabinet. Replacement parts for your motorhome oven, air conditioner or sink and drainer are all available. Leisureshopdirect is one of the largest online caravan accessory and motorhome parts shops based in the UK. There are over 15,000 products available online and you will find a large array of caravan accessories, motorhome accessories and trailer accessories to help you with your motorhome and caravanning equipment requirements. We also sell parts for holiday homes (static caravans). We will do our best to match any price another company offers and we are the cheapest website for the majority of our products. We are proud to be the only caravan company in the country where you can search for a Dometic Spare part by Product Number. Please click here for further information on how to find the correct Dometic caravan accessory. If you cannot find the product you are looking for within the thousands of motorhome accessories and caravan accessories on the site, please go to the "contact us" page and send us your requirements. Alternatively, please call one of our friendly sales staff for assistance.
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06 May 2013 10:19
Camping in safety with your Tent
For many people, camping is a traditional part of how they spend their summer, heading away for a week or two in this country or Europe, or fitting in a couple of weekend trips. A camping holiday can be great fun for all the family and one of the least expensive options for a break.
For others, it might be a new experience.
Camping generally is a good way to enjoy the outdoors. But in the excitement of a trip and because of the unfamiliar surroundings and methods for doing things, for example camp cooking is likely to be a vastly different experience to food preparation while in the comfort of your own kitchen, accidents may easily happen. To ensure your camping holiday goes smoothly, especially if it is your very first time in a tent, be aware of the key safety issues:
Fire is a significant risk when you are camping. To reduce the risk:
Allow at least 6m spacing between tents and caravans to reduce the risk of fire spreading
Never use fuel-burning devices such as disposable barbecues, camping stoves, camping heaters, lanterns, and charcoal grills inside a tent. Apart from the fact that you will get lots of condensation in your tent, even a fire-resistant tent may burn. Be particularly mindful of potential risk of fire inside smaller tents with only one exit.
Never use candles in or near a tent for illumination - torches are much safer. Never use naked flames inside a tent.
Flammable liquids and Liquefied Petroleum Gas cylinders should be kept outside the tent. Don’t change gas canisters or refuel petrol or meths stoves inside your tent and store outside if possible.
Cooking appliances should never be used in small tents, cooking inside a tent is not recommended. Practise using your stove prior to going on your trip - and ensure the stove or barbecue is sited on a solid surface to reduce the risk of it falling over.
Check the rules regarding open fires and barbecues at your campsite; some will not allow them at all and others will restrict them to designated areas
Look at the site prior to deciding to pitch your tent, so avoid carrying it out in the dark. Ideally, be at your site before sunset so that you can see where other campers might have fires, barbecues, stoves and heaters
Keep matches and lighters in a waterproof container and away from children
Have an escape plan. Make sure all fires are damped down and that stoves, gas lamps, barbecues etc. are out before you go to bed
Have a plan for if a fire gets out of hand e.g. do you have a fire escape plan and where is the nearest source of water?
The burning of fossil fuels produces carbon monoxide (CO) there have been deaths and serious injuries from CO poisoning in tents and caravans. Do not use stoves or disposable barbecues (for cooking or warmth) in an enclosed space with poor ventilation. This is relevant even in tents.
Electric leads for your tent
When thinking about electric leads to your tent and general caravan accessories always use a mobile mains unit such as Triple Mobile Mains Unit, these have a trip so gives protection against electric shock.