Return on Investment
September heralds the start of the autumn and with it brings the opportunity to take stock of the busy summer season that precedes it.
As the bustling crowds begin to disperse and peace begins to return somewhat to parks across the country, now is the time to think about investing, upgrading and making plans for the year ahead.
At the top of many park owner’s lists will be the assessment of the on-site facilities as they strive to make improvements to stay ahead of the competition.
“Guests have more choice than ever in where to stay and the holiday market is exceptionally competitive,” comments Andy Seddon of Commercial Washrooms.
“Well maintained facilities such as washroom facilities are exceptionally important in both attracting and retaining customers.”
Andy continues: “Clean and well-looked after washrooms are the bare minimum a guest will expect, and regular cleaning of a washroom will provide a certain level of maintenance benefit in itself.”
Elsewhere on the park, keeping the accommodation up to standard is a top priority. As any caravan park owner knows all too well, the incessant wear and tear caused by a combination of heavy usage and that famously dire British climate can wreak havoc on a holiday caravan.
Ian Bloomfield, director at Caraconnect comments: “We have spent many years in the holiday home and holiday park industry and are fully aware of any problems that can occur with caravans over time.”
Listing their four main trades as gas, plumbing, carpentry and electrical, Caraconnect carry out comprehensive safety inspections of caravans, lodges and holiday and park homes, ensuring that they meet all current gas and electrical safety regulations and reliably identify any problems that may be affecting the units.
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