We can come to your home, storage facility or any other location to suit you. Each habitation check lasts approximately three to four hours and will cover things like water ingress, electrical and gas safety, window and door security and the other essential aspects which keep your vehicle running safely.
All of our mobile engineers are fully trained and we inspect every vehicle to the highest industry standards for ultimate peace of mind and protection.
Once your vehicle has been checked, you will receive a full report including any observations we need to make you aware of and issues which need immediate attention. We are not a repair centre and we do not carry out any repair work ourselves. We have nothing to gain by finding fault with your motorhome or caravan and our reports are transparent and impartial.
If you join our Free Habcheck membership scheme, you will also receive a video with your habitation check report, so that you can see for yourself any problems that we have found.
All of Habcheck’s motorhome and caravan engineers are trained and qualified to Approved Workshop Scheme standards and follow a professionally developed procedure for your habitation service. This means that your habitation check will be carried out by a specialist engineer following a specific, detailed system to ensure nothing is missed and every possible detail is covered.
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