Ensuring your motorhome has an annual habitation service is imperative to its overall health and functionality. A habitation service can be done at any point in the year with many owners choosing later in the year.
A habitation service refers to the habitation areas of your motorhome. It comprises of many types of inspection including checking window locks as well as inspecting it for gas safety.
You should allow for approximately three hours for a motorhome habitation service.
New motorhomes require a habitation service to be done to keep warranties valid.
Having a motorhome habitation service is important for retaining its value. Future buyers of your motorhome will want to see a full service history which includes a habitation service; any breaks in the history could put off a potential buyer.
The main jobs carried out in a motorhome habitation service are: damp checks; electrical and gas safety checks; chassis mountings; appliance checks and an inspection of your water systems.
There are also smaller, functionality checks that should take place in a habitation service. This includes checking how well moving components like doors, locks, window and door seals and the operation of blinds.
You will be provided with a full breakdown of all checks and results at the end of the service/check