Here at Leisureshopdirect we spend so much time thinking about our next camping trip (shhh, don't tell the boss) that it would be inconceivable not to go touring during the chillier autumn, winter and eatly spring months...what, miss out on those cosy autumn evenings, when the sun has fallen and we're eating a 12v lit dinner around the 'van's table? Miss out on waking up on a crisp and frosty morning, kettle already on the go with the 'van toasty and warm from the caravan gas fire? Of course, having some heating in your 'van is essential if you are going to enjoy these end and start of year camping trips, especially if you are situated further north in our beautiful Isles. Sure, water bottles are useful and wearing an extra layer and thick, woollen socks is always advisable, but they really aren't going to provide that reliable, comfortable warmth that a proper gas fire will. Therefore top on the list of motorhome and camper van devices for us at Leisureshopdirect is our caravan gas fires section - then you can enjoy a break away, no matter what the weather or seasons are doing!
Caravan Gas Fires by TrumaWe stock a wide range of Truma fires for your caravan or motorhome, a reassuringly long-established and reliable producer of what is likely to be one of the most crucial caravan items you will invest in.
And, because we believe in helping our customers renew, repair and refresh their existing aapliances rather than continually forking out for new ones, you'll find a wide range of caravan gas heater spares on these pages too. Need a new gas regulator, gas hose or some copper tube? You can visit our Caravan Gas Fittings section to source these vital parts too!
Portable Gas FiresMany of our customers choose to buy a portable caravan gas fire for their caravan or for the awning of their 'van, which they can then take home to heat the conservatory or hallway at the end of their touring trip. With some really good-looking options like the Provence Gas Heater it's easy to see why this is popular solution.
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