In modifying or converting a campervan, several factors must be considered:
- How would you describe the vehicle? Doesn’t it look like a converted model?
- What is the purpose of the product? Does it fulfill its purpose?
- Can this vehicle be used as a home?
- Is the vehicle constructed of metal or plastic? What is the material used for?
In most RVs and campervans, heated floors, towel rails, and convection heaters are part of the standard equipment. In the same way that houses can be heated in a variety of ways, vans can also be heated in a variety of ways. There shouldn’t be any effect on the leisure battery of your campervan if it has heated towel rails or underfloor heating.
What is the best way to heat a motorhome?
Your motorhome or campervan would be more comfortable if you installed a permanent motorhome heating system. It should be noted that there is no difference between an electric and a gas Truma unit when it comes to performance. It is possible to burn refillable LPG tanks while you are wild camping if you have access to electricity at the campsite where you are camping. Regardless of the type of van you have, dual heating will give you a lot more flexibility when it comes to heating.
There are two ways to heat a motorhome:
- A blower can be either gasoline-powered, electric-powered, or diesel-powered.
- Electric and gas heaters that can be mobilized and free-standing.