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About David Burley

David lives & breathes motorhomes, an ex Fulltimer who has years of experience living in a motorhome and now drawing on his Royal Navy Technical engineering background for installation work.
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Well as Google uses website speed as a rating indicator nowadays I thought I would devote some time to tweaking today 😉 I thought our shop was fast loading, but with a few tweaks I have improved the speed by 25% ! A few tweaks to our .htaccess and browser cacheing has been forced, gzip … Continue reading Optimizing Website Speed

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Today we took the motorhome for its first Gaslow bottle refill (we filmed the procedure so that future customers having the systems fitted can take away a video of how to fill themselves), the gaslow refill went all to plan and captured on film ready for processing later however once complete had to negotiate the … Continue reading Gaslow refill and a Bump !

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Outdoor Bits will be in attendance at the Westpoint Motorhome Big Sale Show later this month. Friday 24th -> Sunday 26th January 2014 @ Westpoint Arena Exeter. Devon Come down and see us, we will be indoors out of the cold and Ben and David can answer any queries for you. We will have a … Continue reading Westpoint Motorhome Big Sale Show

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We took delivery of a substantial amount of Motorhome Mirror Guards last week and now have sufficient in stock to satisfy all orders for the forthcoming few months. Simply to fit, these are very effective and especially so in our location in Devon where there is more chance of a driveby “tap” due to our … Continue reading Motorhome Mirror Guards now in Stock

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When considering whether you can get by trying to do a partial habitation service yourself, just see if you have any / all of the required kit below:- Share this with your Friends…

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A recent habitation service we performed highlights reasons why a clean van roof is a must. This customer had omitted to raise their rooflight and clean under the edge of the plastic window section (the remainder of the roof was clean). Oover time dust and moisture had accumulated enough to provide a nice base for … Continue reading Remember Rooflight edges