Canvas Replacement for all pop tops

Most classic Campervans have been restored at some stage and it’s normally the roof canvas that either gets forgotten or neglected and a badly worn or canvas can let down an otherwise great camper.

Using traditional methods we can safely remove your old canvas and replace it with new version to suit your budget and style.

We work with canvas manufacturers and suppliers to help you achieve the best results.

In December 2018 we were asked by Heriatge parts centre to fit the final ‘prototype’ of their new VW T3 Westfalia canvas before it goes on general sale.

Flooring

Supply and fit

A good solid wood floor is very important when converting a van. It provides a good smooth surface to install your chosen interior, and also to apply your chosen floor covering.

It is recommended that a 9mm or 12mm Birch ply is used due to its strength and resistance to water retention. This can either be cut to fit in house, or we can have CNC Cut floors supplied.

We prefer to use ‘ALTRO Contrax’ or ‘ALTRO Walkway’ flooring surfaces as we have used this on many vans to great effect. It comes in many colours and styles and

Carpet Lining

Supply and fit

Carpet lining is used to cover interior metal surfaces and provide a uniform finish in a campervan conversion. It can be used on the walls, roof and door panels and is applied using a high temperature resistant adhesive to ensure it does not peel off on a hot day.

Lining carpet comes in different colours and textures. We have different examples in stock for you to look at as well as other products to help you decide which colour combination to choose from.

Ply lining

Supply and fit

Used in campervan conversions to provide a smooth interior surface, plywood lining can be used on the walls, roof and door panels of a van. The lining can then be covered in a specialist carpet or any other material you wish to create your ideal van interior.

Lining panels can be either custom made on site or supplied by companies using CNC cutting machines to ensure a uniform finish every time.

Sound deadening and insulation

Whether you currently own a campervan, or you wish to have a campervan built, having good sound deadening and insulation in the walls, doors and floors is vital.

Every van is built primarily as a commercial vehicle, meaning that when built they were fitted with little in the way of luxury.

Older campervan conversions, despite being built by professionals, were fitted with insulation that was meant for your home. Over the years, this becomes wet through condensation or leaky windows, and setlles in the bottom of the panels. This in turn leads to rusty panels, and no heat retention.

Technological improvements have meant that sound deadening and insulation is not only more effective at keeping heat in but does not soak up water.

We work with specialist suppliers to provide the right materials for your application and budget.

Supply and fit

Leisure Electrics

Advice, Supply and fitting service

If you own a campervan or a recreational vehicle, it will more than likely have accessories or utilities that require either 12v DC or 240V AC electrics to power them. Lights, fridge, a tap/water pump, charging points etc.

We can repair, modify or add to your existing system, or if you want a new system designed and installed we can custom build wiring looms to suit your vehicle.

 

12V DC system.

Leisure Battery – Find the right battery to suit your vehicle or needs

Split Charge Relay – Ignition triggered or Voltage sensitive

Solar Panels – Installed and wired in to your system
Wiring – Repair, renew or modify
Switches – Individual switches or complete control Panels in your style
Volt meter – Analogue or Digital
Charging points – USB or traditional ‘Cigar lighter’
Taps and Water pump – Sourced and fitted to suit your needs
Lighting – LED lights, spot lights, reading lights, custom applications.

 

240v AC System

Exterior Charging socket – Installed in the skin of the vehicle or hidden so as not to spoil the vehicles asthetics.
Hook up lead – Used to connect the van electric circuit to a campsite (or home) power point.
Consumer Unit – Much like you would find in your home, a consumer unit houses the breakers for each 240V AC Circuit
Sockets – 3 Pin Sockets, sourced in your style and installed to suit your needs.
Wiring – We can run new wiring to any Utility or appliance
Certification – All installations are checked and signed off by a qualified Electrician