Friday, 19 October 2012

NEC Birmingham

English: Atrium Entrance 2, National Exhibitio...
English: Atrium Entrance 2, National Exhibition Centre. One of the entrances for the higher numbered exhibition halls at the NEC. The new halls have entrances which look much more interesting, and less warehouse-like than the older ones. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Today I will be travelling down to the NEC in Birmingham to attend the Caravan & Motorhome Show. If your looking to buy a vehicle, parts, accessories or servicing then the NEC is the place to be.

Come down to Hall 19 and look for the MCEA stand and you should find me there.

Members of the MCEA are mobile engineers that can service your caravan or motorhome at home, your storage site or even on your holiday pitch. Many MCEA members are also members of the NCC Approved Workshop Scheme (AWS) which means that they can service new caravans and motorhomes even whilst under warranty.

If you are in Derbyshire, North Nottinghamshire or South Yorkshire then look me up and give me a call- just Google Chatsworth Motorhome & Caravan Servicing.


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Monday, 8 October 2012

Chesterfield

English: Chesterfield
English: Chesterfield (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today I found myself working around the Chesterfield area. The day started out very misty with the spire peaking out. During the day the temperature improved and it turned in to a fine day in Derbyshire.

Yesterday I managed to fit a semi-flexible solar panel to a motorhome roof. I have been waiting for weeks for the weather to be right as the panel has been bonded to the roof. Whenever I have planned the installation it has rained. This weekend was sunny and warm so the panel was fixed and is working well. The motorhome sits in storage and the battery flattens very quickly, this should help. It will also let the customer go off-grid when they go away.
A photovoltaic (PV) module that is composed of...
A photovoltaic (PV) module that is composed of multiple PV cells. Two or more interconnected PV modules create an array. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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