Planning the big switch to a Motorhome

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  1. caravantugger

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    Hi Funsters. We are Ann and Mike and are planning to have one more season in our caravan (hence the handle) and use the year to find the MH that suits us best. Like Dub Dog we will be asking for advice and recommendations. For example, we are spoilt with the Alde heating in our van and wonder how Funsters rate the different heating systems in their MHs, but I will put things like this in the proper posting area. For the moment "hello" we look forward to hearing your thoughts in the months to come.
    Ann and Mike
     
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    Hello and welcome there's lots of help and advice here good luck with your search.
     
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    You will find Alde heating in many M/H's Our has a Trauma hot air blown system and its brilliant.
    The least of your worries I'd say -- wait till you try to find a layout that suits you!!!

    Why the change?

    Oh and -----
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    Hi Anne and Mike

    Welcome to FUN, you can have Alde heating in a motorhome as well of course.

    Martin
     
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    Hi and welcome Ann & Mike :)
     
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    Hi and welcome.
    It's not easy - took us eighteen months to,make that decision!
    No regrets now though and wouldn't go back
     
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    We've got Alde heating in our current motorhome - wouldn't go back to blown air.
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