Caravan awning warming!

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  1. Ian Beattie says:

    I would think that the sites would pass on the cost of upgrading their pitches so increasing pitch prices for everyone. Who will know what a fair charge would be for electricity, few years on back to square one.

  2. Ed says:

    The cost of installing meters for every pitch on even a small site makes this idea a non-starter. If you object to others using electricity to warm their awning, and you think you are paying for it, you have 2 choices – either go to sites that charge a daily fee for electric, and opt not to have electric or go to a site that doesn’t have electric.

    I object to sites that have club houses, so I avoid them rather than moan about them.

  3. alan Hall says:

    Good idea you only pay for what you use

  4. J Willet says:

    I agree with P Chapman . Metered electric would be the fairest option on all sites . We have payed from £0.50 to £1.65 depending on season for our electric far cheaper than the £4.00 pn charged at most sites .

  5. P Chapman says:

    Charge for electricity separately on sites in order to make costs fairer

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