February 2012 BlogQuite a trip!

Ever wondered how a park home is transported from factory to park site? With 21st century park homes boasting plush interiors, state-of-the-art technologies and capacious rooms, it is sometimes easy to forget that they are actually mobile!

However, the fact remains that these modern-day monsters – some of which are 60ft long and 22ft wide – are most definitely mobile and getting them from Point A to Point B is a big undertaking. In February’s issue, we profile a transportation company which does exactly that. After reading our special feature, I’m sure that, like me, you will have learned more about park homes and have a new-found respect for these specialist operators.

Speaking of specialists, we’ve also got an intriguing report on a chassis refurbishment job carried out by Park Home Chassis Services (PHCS). Looking after your home’s chassis can be crucial to extending its lifespan. A number of residents at Willowbrook Park, in West Sussex, realised this and engaged the company to check the underside of their homes. Word of mouth quickly spread about PHCS, as our feature shows.

There are so many different suppliers and services in the park home industry; all working diligently behind the scenes to ensure your home is in tip-top condition! The best ones are worth celebrating, in my view!

As well as all this, don’t miss our Hampshire parks special. We bring you a trio of exceptional parks in one of England’s premier Home Counties.



AlexAlex Melvin




Alex Melvin, Editor
Email: phhc.ed@kelsey.co.uk

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