Low level Maintenance
One of the best things about owning a park home is that the maintenance is so easy! Think about all the things you need to do for the general upkeep of a traditional home and the money you spend doing so? Tending a large gardening and maintaining a 2-level property becomes much tougher as you get older. Take a look around the interior of a modern park home.
So what maintenance is required to ensure the lifespan of your park home? Overall, the maintenance of a park home is much easier than traditional homes as they use modern technology and easy to clean materials. Modern Park Home properties are built to offer convenience, meaning you rarely need to get down on your hands and knees with any DIY jobs. You will not need to worry about structural maintenance as there is a 10-year Goldshield warranty.
When a maintenance job is required, it’s typically repainting every so often and replacing soffit boards.
All park homes must undergo gas safety and electrical checks at least once a year. Electricians can perform a PAT test to ensure your appliances are working correctly and that there is no risk of fire. Park owners will often be happy to help you find the correct tradespeople for this.
Park site owners take a lot of this off your plate. If you love the idea of moving to a peaceful and hassle-free home, a park home is perfect for you. Visit our frequently asked questions.
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