Winter Opening Hours

October 31st, 2016

That’s it!

The clocks have changed and so marks then end of the summer season 2016 and what a busy one it was…..

Our new winter opening hours are now 09:30 – 17:00 Monday to Saturday and closed on Sundays.

That however doesn’t mean we are slowing down – we are already busy placing orders for next year which sees us adding yet more products to our already extensive range of camping and caravanning accessories.

We are getting new 2017 awnings in from Kampa and Quest, many being available from February (That’s a first!).

Business will still continue as usual throughout the winter months as we continue to send out many on line orders to sunnier climes and of course the tough ones among us still like to do some caravanning throughout these cooler months!

For those who are not quite feeling the winter touring you may be looking at closing down the caravan until next year, if so then keep an eye out for our next blog – Winterisation.

We stock all kinds of products that will help keep your caravan in good shape over winter, more to follow……..

For now though…..Happy Halloweeeeen

Camping Essentials List

July 28th, 2016

I was recently asked by a customer in our shop, “what are the most essential things to take camping with you?”.

I refrained from advising that the customer needed one of everything in our shop (as their car was not large enough!) and instead came up with this list:

1. A good sleeping bag

A good night’s sleep is essential to enjoying your camping trip. We have a great range of sleeping bags on display in our shop -we have something to match all budgets. In addition a reliable airbed (we only sell brands we can trust), airmat or camp bed is also essential.

2. A good torch

We have a great range of LED camping lights, lanterns and torches – essential for finding the correct tent in the middle of the night.

3. Good tent pegs, a mallet and a peg puller (optional)

Strong metal tents pegs – that do not bend the moment they hit a stone – and also some pegs with a bit more grip if the ground is very soft.

4. Extra guy lines

It may look calm when you first pitch your tent, but the wind can get up very quickly – especially when camping on the North Norfolk coast.

5. Some repair tape

Be prepared for the worst things that can happen whilst camping and then, they won’t ruin your holiday if they do occur!

6. Cooking equipment (and plenty of gas)

Don’t be left with half-cooked sausages by running out of gas.

We tend to advise that if you are going to be camping rarely then you should buy a stove that operates from disposable gas cannisters. If you will be camping regularly, it will be more economical to use larger, refillable cylinders.

Camping on a real budget? Then just take a couple of disposable BBQs.

7. A windbreak (or wind shield)

Makes cooking outdoors easier and can also provide your tent with some privacy.

I think we have the largest range of windbreaks available anywhere! Everything from £7.99 to £244 – and lots of options everywhere in between!

8. A camping toilet

Especially useful if camping with little ones. You don’t want to have to be traipsing all the way to the toilet block when they wake in the night.

Cadac Safari Chef HP or LP?

July 27th, 2016

A common question we get asked is: “what is the difference between the High Pressure and Low Pressure versions of the ever-so-popular Cadac Safari Chef?”

The difference is the type of gas cylinders that the Safari Chef can be operated on.

Choose the High Pressure (HP) version if you only intend to operate the BBQ from disposable gas cannisters.

However, you should choose the Low Pressure (LP) version if you wish to operate the BBQ from larger, refillable gas cylinders or from the BBQ point on the side of your caravan or motorhome.

By purchasing the low pressure (LP) version you also have the choice of operating from high pressure (disposable) gas cannisters by purchasing a Cadac Power Pak or similar regulator.

Kampa Awning Comparison

April 14th, 2016

There are SO many types of Kampa Awning – which one is for you?!


We’ll start with the Poled Awnings.


Kampa Rally Porch Awnings

Available in 260, 330 and 390 cm widths. (See our Kampa Q&A for more information on Awning sizes)

The Kampa Rally Porch Awnings are quick and easy to put up with spacious interior size extending 250cm from the caravan.


150D Weathershield, UV Resistant and Flame Retardant Heavy Duty Canvas.
4000mm Hydrostatic Head.
Steel and Dyanflex Poles.
All Seams are Fully Taped.
Three Cystal Clear Front Windows.
Two Crystal Clear Side Windows.
Two Zipped Side Doors with additional Meshed inner doors.
Three Separate Roll up Front panels.
Adjustable Front Legs and Adjustable Pegging Points.
Rear Sealing Bumper Pads.
Mud flap features additional pegging eyelets.
Dimensions: L390 X D250.
Fits Caravan Heights between: 235 – 250cm.


Kampa Rally Pro Awning

Available in 330 and 390 cm widths.

These Awnings have consistently been the top-selling Kampa poled awnings, renowned for ease of use, functional design, good looks and great quality. They boast spacious interior size extending 250cm from the caravan.

The awning is produced in extra high quality 300D Weathershield material and to maximise the weatherproofing, the seams have been hot-air taped.

The Rally Pro remains exceptionally easy to set up using steel poles throughout for extra strength and retains the unique adjustable front legs to ensure a perfect pitch every time. Improvements to the latest models ensure that the Rally Pro remains the best lightweight awning available.


Feel the difference high quality extra heavy duty 300D Weathershield material
Awning front upright poles can be adjusted for uneven ground
Crystal clear windows with curtains
No-see-um mesh flyscreen – keeps out even the smallest bugs
Roll to the side front panels
Roll up centre panel (390 only)
Ventilation in eaves
150D Weathershield mud flap with eyelets
Sealing bumper pads
Draught skirt
AccessoryTrack Fitted



Air Awnings


Kampa Rally Air

Available in 260 or 390 cm widths.

The Rally AIR can be completely set up in less than four minutes and pumps up, using the manual pump supplied, in less than sixty seconds.

With it’s impressive interior space the Rally AIR 390 is ideal for longer holidays, but because it only takes a few minutes to set up, it is no problem using it for weekend or even overnight stays.

As well as being the easiest awning to set-up, these are also the easiest to take down. Kampa AIR awnings are lighter than those with conventional poles and therefore have a reduced payload and with no metal or fibreglass poles there’s nothing to damage the caravan.

The Rally Air utilises an industry leading ‘Feel the difference’ high quality extra heavy duty 150D Weathershield® material, a material that is far superior to other lightweight awnings that often use material less than half the quality. A thicker and stronger material prolongs the lifespan of the awning to ensure the best value for money.

A steep front allows for class leading headroom, this is also complimented by a front wall panel arrangement that allows the two outer front panels to be rolled to the side or the top part of each outer panel to be dropped down to create a veranda style. This veranda feature is great for allowing fresh air in whilst keeping children or pets safely inside. Doors can be found on each side of the awning and feature a No-see-um mesh panel which helps keep out even the smallest of bugs whilst still allowing for added ventilation on hot days.

Additional ventilation has been added to the apex of the awning to help with condensation. Blinds can be conveniently stowed away in pockets underneath the panels rather than dealing with the hassle of rolling up blinds and tying them in place. Tailored carpets and other accessories are also available for the Rally AIR including the new Kampa Hanging Rail and Organiser that fit onto the Kampa AccessoryTrack®.

A unique feature to the Kampa range, the AccessoryTrack® adds an extra line of beading running on the inside, parallel with the awning beading that connects the awning to the caravan. This allows for accessories, such as an organiser and hanging rail, to be attached to the awning through the use of a specially designed connection by Kampa. There is also the availability for an inner tent to be fitted to the awning.


Depth: 250 cm
Suitable for caravans between the height of 235 – 250 cm.
Flysheet: 150D Weathershield® Heavy Duty 6000 mm F/R UV protected
Taped seams
Crystal clear windows
No-see-um mesh
Poles: None! Airpoles replace traditional metal and fibreglass poles
Comes with manual pump
Inner tent compatible
Kampa AirFrame inflatable pole system with one point inflation
‘Feel the difference’ high quality extra heavy duty 150D Weathershield® material
Roll to the side front panels with veranda feature
Window blinds
150D Weathershield® mud flap with eyelets
Side doors with mesh panels
Quickpitch guying system
Draught skirt included




Kampa Rally Air Pro 2016

The latest and greatest!

Available in 260, 330 and 390 cm widths.

The Rally AIR Pro is quite simply the bestselling inflatable awning in the world. This updated version brings even more features and makes sure that the Rally AIR Pro is market leading. There is a fresh new look for the 2016 model and the front windows now have curtains on easy slide track.

Utilising Kampa’s fantastic Weathershield 300D material, the Rally AIR Pro has excellent weatherproofing and long life, but is still light enough for easy set up and handling. The front panels roll to the side or can be used veranda-style and the 390 also has a roll up front centre panel that can also be used as a canopy by using the optional canopy poles.

Additional ventilation has been added to the apex of the awning to help with condensation and an optional roof liner can be fitted to the awning, creating an air pocket that helps regulate the temperature by keeping it warmer when it is cooler and cooler when it is warmer. As well as an optional roof lining, inner tents are also available as well as many other accessories including the new Kampa Hanging Rail and Organiser that fit onto the Kampa AccessoryTrack.

A steep front allows for class-leading headroom, this is also complimented by a front wall panel arrangement that allows the two outer front panels to be rolled to the side or the top part of each outer panel to be dropped down to create a veranda style. This veranda feature is great for allowing fresh air in whilst keeping children or pets safely inside. Doors can be found on each side of the awning and feature a No-see-um mesh panel which helps keep out even the smallest of bugs whilst still allowing for added ventilation on hot days.

A unique feature to the Kampa range, the AccessoryTrack adds an extra line of beading running on the inside, parallel with the awning beading that connects the awning to the caravan. This allows for accessories, such as an organiser and hanging rail, to be attached to the awning through the use of a specially designed connection by Kampa. There is also the availability for an inner tent to be fitted to the awning.


Inflatable AirFrame technology
Feel the difference extra high quality extra heavy duty 300D Weathershield material
Adjustable height system
Can be inflated/deflated from one inflation point, all AirPoles are linked together
Inner tent option
Window Curtains on easy slide track
Roll to the side front panels with veranda feature
Ventilation in roof apex
300D Weathershield mud flap with eyelets
Side doors with mesh panels
Quickpitch guying system
Draught skirt included
Complete with hand pump
AccessoryTrack fitted
Depth: 250 cm
Fits: Suitable for caravans between the height of 235 to 250 cm
Poles: None! Airpoles replace tradition metal and fibreglass poles



All of these and more are available at Caravan Accessory Shop!


Q&A on Kampa Awnings

April 14th, 2016
Q: Can I buy directly from Kampa?
A: No. Kampa has been supporting independent dealers since the company began in 2007. These include Caravan Accessory Shop!


Q: Where can I buy Kampa products?
A: Kampa products can be purchased through our extensive dealer network. If you would like to find your nearest retailer, please visit our store locator.


Q: Will this awning suit my caravan/motorhome?
A: None of our awnings are designed to fit a specific vehicle. As they are universal, it is up to you to figure out whether our awnings will be suitable as we do not have measurements of every vehicle unfortunately.

There are two measurements that you need to check to ensure that an awning fits. (This excludes Classic awnings)

Height – If you look in the awnings specifications you will find a measurement specifying what heights the awning is suitable for. This height does not correlate to the height of your vehicle but the height of attachment.

Example: A Kampa Rally caravan awning is suitable for use between the heights of 235 -250 cm. This measurement is the height to the awning rail in which the awning attaches to. If the height from the ground to your awning rail fits in between this range then the height of the awning is suitable for your caravan.

Width – Whether the awning is too long for your vehicle is not the only factor you should take into account. Although purely for aesthetic reasons, you should also be looking to make sure that the awning will not be half way across a window.

Example: The Kampa Rally caravan awning is available in four sizes, 200, 260, 330, 390. This number denotes the width of the awning and does not affect the height of the awning. Bill is after the largest Rally awning that can fit on his caravan but finds that the 390 unfortunately slightly covers a window on his caravan, however the 330 fits perfectly. Bill has the choice here of either taking the 390 and having it slightly cross the window, or going for the slightly smaller 330 and having it not cross the window.

If you are still unsure, please get in contact with your preferred Kampa retailer.



Q: Condensation
A: Condensation is caused by warm, moist air coming into contact with cold surfaces. Condensation can occur inside most awnings, which may sometimes be misinterpreted as the awning leaking.

There is always moisture in the air when you pitch a waterproof fabric above damp ground; however the situation is made worse by adding people who are breathing out warm water vapour. When the warm moist air inside comes into contact with the awning, which is cooled by the outside air, condensation forms.

During rain more condensation can form due to lower outside temperature and drops can form and run down seams or fall on internal poles, giving the appearance of a leak.

Main sources of condensation

  • Ground moisture rising inside your awning.
  • Your breath. When sleeping at night you will exhale approximately 1 litre of water. This water vapour is trapped within your caravan/motorhome; this will escape through opening widows, doors or vents into your awning.
  • Storing damp or wet clothes.
  • Cooking by gas for ½ hour can produce ½ litre of water.


Awning ventilation is more important than is generally realised – particularly in synthetic awnings. Under extreme conditions, condensation within the awning cannot be completely avoided. Condensation nearly always occurs on the roof poles and therefore it is often confused with leaks.

Leave the ventilation panels open as much as possible, especially when the awning is erected for some time as this will minimise condensation. Whenever possible it is recommended that the draught skirt is drawn aside slightly so that extra air circulation can take place. To prevent ground moisture rising inside the awning, a plastic underlay can be placed underneath, but this will cause the grass to die and may contravene some caravan sites rules.



Q: Spare parts
A: Spare parts are available through your supplying dealer. You may need to wait for these parts to arrive with the dealer as they may not have them in stock.

If you believe that the parts are covered under warranty then please check the warranty section of the FAQ.


Q: Warranty
A: All of our products come with a 12 month warranty from date of purchase unless specified otherwise. This does not affect your statutory rights.

All of our warranty procedures are followed out by the supplying dealer. There are certain exclusions.



It’s Summer!!

March 31st, 2016

British Summer Time is officially here! So, when’s your first trip out and about in the beautiful British countryside?

And where are you going to go?


We’d highly recommend a beautiful spot called North Norfolk!


Obviously, a top attraction is visiting us at Caravan Accessory Shop’s actual real life shop premises! Find us HERE!

Plus you can Meet the Staff and see our Newly Extended Shop Floor!


If that’s not enough of a draw for you would you like to know what else you could do in the local area?


See the Seals

Visit the Poppy Line to see the Steam Train

Go boating on the Broads

Get a taste of the exotic at Amazona Zoo

Eat delicious Fish & Chips

Visit sunny Sheringham

Go to Cromer

Walk along the cliffs

Visit National Trust estates Felbrigg, Sheringham Park, Blickling and more…

Throw your kids off a tall tower at Hilltop (attached to a zip line, obviously!)

Visit Norwich, Cathedral City of museums, heritage, markets and great food

See the Sea at Sealife Hunstanton or Great Yarmouth

Go wild at BeWILDerwood

Be all theatrical at Sheringham’s Little Theatre

And so much more!!!


OK – so you’re sold on North Norfolk as a place to visit!


Where should you stay?


As well as a huge range of Hotels, B&Bs and Self Catering Cottages, North Norfolk also happens to have a great range of Caravan Parks to choose from!


Check out:

Beeston Regis Holiday Park

West Runton Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Woodhill Park Caravan and Camping

Incleboro Fields Caravan Club Site

Sea View Caravan Park

Kelling Heath Holiday Park

Woodlands Caravan Park


And many, many more here on TripAdvisor


Now you’re all set for your holiday! Don’t forget to pop into the shop while you’re here!!


Happy Caravanning!







Sunday Funday!

March 17th, 2016

Just a quick note to say that as we’re now getting MEGA busy (summer is coming!) we will be opening our Shop in West Runton on SUNDAYS as well as every other day of the week!


New Summer Opening Hours:

9.30am – 5pm Monday to Saturday

10am – 4pm on Sunday


We will also have our NEW shop extension completed soon (hopefully by April) so there will be even more to see!


Don’t forget you can place orders over the phone for collection in store or Worldwide delivery! Simply call our Warehouse on 01263 837482. We are open 9.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday. Calls made on weekends will be answered in the shop IF we are not too busy with shop customers. We have an answer phone though, so leave us a message and we’ll get back to you!


Happy Caravanning!!

Handy Hacks & Top Tips

March 3rd, 2016

We’ve been scouring the internet for Handy Hacks and Top Tips and have decided to collate a few of our favourites.

Hopefully these can be of some use to you on your next camping or caravanning trip!


1. Toilet Roll Fire Starter

Fill up an empty toilet roll inner tube with crumpled paper, small sticks, lint from your tumble drier, cotton balls or anything else flammable and place it in the centre of a pile of kindling. Light at both ends.


2. Anti-Mosquito Herbs

Burning Sage in your campfire can help to keep away the mosquitos. You can also download apps which play mosquito repelling noises onto your smartphone. If they keep coming anyway, sleep under a Mosquito Net to avoid bites. If you still get bitten, rubbing a piece of hard soap onto the bites can help relieve itching.


3. Portable Gourmet Kitchen

If tins of beans are not for you, continue your culinary adventures on your camp stove and store small amounts of spices inside empty Tic Tac boxes.


4. Hillbilly Washing Machine

Follow these instructions to make your own portable washing machine!


5. Avoid Danger

Make sure you know which plants are poisonous to avoid unpleasant painful memories of your trip! Check out the NHS guide HERE.


6. Tick remover

If someone has a tick on them, gently hold a cotton ball soaked in liquid soap on it. It should retract it’s teeth and come away in under a minute.

To repel ticks spray water with a little tea tree oil in on your skin and clothes.


7. First Aid

Wise up on what you might need here. It could be lifesaving!


8. Multi Purpose Cooking Equipment

Mess Kits can be used to boil water, heat soups or sauces and fry. They’re very versatile cooking pans! Continue space saving with a SPORK! An ideal lightweight three-in-one eating tool.


9. Super Survival with Tampons

Prepare to be surprised at all these inventive uses for Tampons whilst in the wild! Definitely worth packing a couple in your survival kit.


10. Makeshift Spoon

Make a makeshift spoon by cutting up a soft drinks bottle as shown here:


What’s your favourite?

February 11th, 2016

We here at Caravan Accessory Shop just LOVE to hear about people using the products they’ve purchased from us.

We adore it when we get an email saying that something was “just right” or a “perfect fit” or that we were “very helpful” *blush*.

We’d love to hear about your favourite product of all time. Something that was your “perfect fit” and what you did with it, whether you fixed something, built something, added something, replaced something, took something somewhere, used something somewhere for some purpose and so on. We want to know.

Help us to help our future customers by reviewing the products we sell. On every item on our website there’s the option (below the picture, in the tabs section to the left) to write a review about that specific product.

Once you’re submitted your review we can check them (in case of spam) and will then publish them for everyone who is interested in that product to see. Let them know why you love it!

For Example. Someone must have something good to say about our Best Selling Water Heater! The Morco D61E.

We let you know our favourite products on our Meet The Staff page, so now it’s your turn.


If there’s anything you particularly want to let us know about, praise or criticism, that please email us at


Happy Caravanning!



Boiler Comparison

February 4th, 2016

Need a boiler for your Static Caravan? Not sure which one to choose? Hopefully this will help explain the differences for you.

If you’re still stuck, you can call us on 01263 837482, Monday-Friday 9.30-5, to speak to one of our staff members who should be able to assist you in making your choices.

Note: My reference to “Boiler” in these cases means a Water Heater, which primarily heats water for hot taps for washing hands, bodies and plates. All these heaters heat water on demand as they pass through, no holding tanks, so they can supply continuous hot water until the gas runs out!

The Combi Boiler referenced near the end of the article also heats water for central heating/radiators.

Standard Static Caravan

The Standard Static Caravan boiler needs to provide hot water to a shower and two sinks. Our #1 standard heater is the

Morco D61E – £214.99

The very latest 6 litre water heater from Morco

Heats 6 litres of water a minute (meaning plenty for your shower, though temperature may be affected if someone turns another tap on)

Fully Electronic Ignition (takes two batteries to power the ‘spark’ which ignites the boiler, no need for mains electricity)

Very easy to get parts (see our Morco D61 Spares pages)

Can be fitted by most Gas Safe Engineers

Replaces the now discontinued Morco D51 water heaters

If purchasing new, you will need:

A D61E Water Heater

A Fittings Kit (all the nuts, bolts, washers and pipe joinings)

A Flue Kit (You must use the approved flue, it must be vertical and 90mm in diameter)

If your Water Heater is fitted by a Gas Safe Engineer it comes with a 1 year Warranty from Morco.

If you are replacing an existing D51 or D61 Water Heater you will need to check:

– The existing Flue is 90mm diameter and in good condition (some older D51s had an 86mm flue)

– The fittings are in good condition (it may still be worth ordering a replacement Fittings Kit, as washers and bolts can wear out over time)

And the heater should still be installed by a Gas Safe Engineer.


Morco D61B – £209.99

As above, except the slightly older version of the ‘E’. The only real difference being that the ignition is a Piezo ignition (push button) instead of a switch.

Some people prefer to buy the E as it’s the very latest, but you can use the B or the E for exactly the same job. They both have the same Fittings Kit and the same 90mm Flue Kit.


Bosch W1359 – £214.95

Heats 5 litres of water per minute

Fully automatic ignition – battery powered and self ignites when the tap is turned on, no pilot light.

Comes complete with pipe fittings (no extra fittings needed)

Requires a 90mm Flue Kit, just the same as the Morco. It also must be this specific, vertical flue.

Can be fitted by most Gas Safe Engineers

The only differences between the Morco D61s and this heater are:

– The Bosch heats 5 litres per minute as opposed to 6, in practical use this is virtually unnoticeable. The Bosch is still perfectly up to the job of heating water for a standard static set up.

– The Morco heaters are switched on and then run a very low pilot light continuously, the Bosch does not run a pilot light at all as it self ignites when needed.


Static Caravans with Higher Useage Requirements


If your Static Caravan has more than the standard “1 shower/2 sinks” hot water fittings, or if you’re replacing one of these heaters – Morco G101, Morco G111, Bosch W11, Morco G11 or any 11 litre LPG water heater – you will be in the market for an 11 litre water heater, like the following:


Morco G11E – £330

This is the latest version of the G111 and G101. It’s exactly like the Morco D61 except for:

– More Power! Heats 11 litres of water per minute, ideal for high demand needs.

– Bigger Flue – this heater needs a 110mm vertical flue

You will also need a G11 Fittings Kit if you are installing a new heater, and you may want to get one if replacing an older heater in case some parts have worn out.

If your Water Heater is fitted by a Gas Safe Engineer it comes with a 1 year Warranty from Morco.


Bosch W11 – £249.99

The 11 litre version of the W1359 described above.

Heats 11 litres of water per minute.

Requires a 110mm vertical flue. (The same flue as the G11)

Comes complete with all fittings, so no extras needed.

Should be fitted by a Gas Safe Engineer.

Fully automatic ignition – battery powered and self ignites when the tap is turned on, no pilot light.


Non Standard Buildings


Morco F11-EL – £399

This is where things start to get a little more complicated.

Now, this is an 11 litre water heater very much like the G11E. So why the price hike?

If you’re fitting an 11 litre heater to a Static Caravan, you will most likely be perfectly fine with a Morco G11E or a Bosch W11.

BUT if you want to fit to one of the following:

– Straw Bale House

– Barn

– Actual House

– Garage

– Boat

– Catering Wagon

– Shed

– Touring Caravan

– Anything where you need a horizontal flue

– Any Static Caravan where the water heater is not going to go in it’s own, dedicated, cupboard space.

You will need an F11-EL.

Why? Because it’s Room Sealed.

Standard boilers, as above, produce fumes which go straight upwards, through their vertical flue. They have regulations about where they can and cannot be put, there is a minimum space around them, minimum amount of vents and minimum and maximum flue lengths. This is for your safety.

A Room Sealed Heater like the F11-EL is, as the name suggests, sealed so that the fumes can only go through the flue, and they are propelled in the right direction by the addition of fans. This means that you can have a Vertical Flue or a Horizontal Flue with this heater and it is the only type considered safe for any of the above, non standard static (with own boiler cupboard), uses.

You will also need a Fitting Kit with this heater.

If you think you may be able to use a non-sealed water heater for one of the above uses, we strongly recommend you seek the advice of a Gas Safe Engineer. There are ways to do it, provided the regulations are followed properly. We don’t fit these water heaters, so we can’t advise any further than this.

The F11-EL is a state of the art modern appliance. Room sealed for total safety, it can be fitted in virtually any location, including bath and shower rooms.

It has full electronic ignition (without a pilot light) and can operate on extremely low water pressure and flow rates. It does need power, but maximum power consumption is a mere 35 watts, so this appliance could be used on a 12v system with a small inverter in installations such as narrowboats, horseboxes and large motorhomes etc. (A word of warning, although it can be fitted into shower rooms it is not small, so please check you have space before ordering. Dimensions are: Width: 330mm x Depth: 230mm x Height: 595mm.)

The F11-EL model now features an LCD display that shows the temperature of the water being produced and any fault codes.


Central Heating


Morco GB24 – £799

The final heater I’m going to talk about is the Morco GB24.

It is an LPG combination boiler, meaning you will need it if you have water based central heating (radiators) in your Static Caravan.

Rated SEDBUK band C, therefore this combi boiler is suitable for non-domestic static caravan/holiday home use but is NOT suitable for residential or park home use.

It supersedes the Morco FEB-24ED, FEB-20E and Morco FEB-24EUK lpg combi boilers. (This boiler differs from the FEB-24E in that it has a digital display for operating status and fault diagnosis).

These may show as Out of Stock on our website as we do not hold them in stock due to low demand, however we can get them in to order within a couple of days. Please phone us if you would like to order one.


I hope that’s helped you out a bit if you were unsure of your water heater requirements!


Please give us a call on 01263 837482 if you need any more help or advice.


Happy Caravanning!