Preparing Your Static Caravan for the Season

Venturing into your static caravan following the long winter season can be a musty affair. No doubt you’ll have cracked open the windows to air out the space, but it’s also a good time to inspect for areas that may require a bit of post-winter TLC. In this article, we list some of the key things to check and what to look out for, so that you can make the most of the coming warmer months.

These may seem like simple and obvious checks but good maintenance is worthwhile. Your insurance may cover you for damage caused by storms or falling trees, but damage that is due to wear and tear, or neglected maintenance is not be covered by your insurance. Something as simple as broken guttering causing damage to your walls over a prolonged period could prevent you from claiming on your insurance.

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Static caravan insurance from Towergate

As a specialist insurer of caravan insurance for 20 years, we’ve worked with our customers to understand what they want from their static caravan cover. We’ve developed our product to offer a flexible approach to insurance, giving customers the ability to select additional products to meet their needs.

We’re proud of our staff and their expertise, with a strong emphasis on training, academies and hands on experience of the caravans and leisure homes we insure. Our aim is to give you peace of mind for your leisure home.

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About the author

Adam Summersby, caravan insurance articles author

Adam Summersby is a respected leader with 11 years’ varied experience in niche personal and commercial lines insurance, including caravan, site operators and excess reimbursement, with proficiency in leadership, sales and account management.