Caravan Plumbing, Water & Gas Accessories
Most modern RVs are fitted with their own bathrooms, which has been fantastic for the sake of convenience – now you can enjoy a hot shower or even go to the toilet in the middle of the night without having to venture out to the caravan park’s communal bathroom facilities.
Issues with caravan plumbing, however, are no laughing matter – depending on which pipes and components are involved, the situation can quickly get messy. Although some issues are unavoidable, many can be prevented simply by having correct – and high quality – fittings to work with. Camec stocks a wide range of caravan plumbing accessories and fittings for this very reason.
Comfortable and easy bathroom access
Although your van’s bathroom is going to be far more compact than the one you’re used to enjoying at home, you’ll still have access to a toilet, sink and even a shower. Our RV plumbing accessories are designed specifically for this purpose, so rest assured that access will be easy.
Now you’re cooking with gas
Many modern RV’s are also fitted with gas facilities – this is predominately for heating water, but can also be used for cooking (such as built-in barbeques, stoves and ovens). We have a variety of caravan gas accessories, fittings and cylinders available to meet your every need.
Carry water with you
Anyone who spends a lot of time living off the grid will know that having access to fresh water and being able to properly dispose of waste water is difficult. This is why our range of RV water accessories includes tanks and filters, which help to ensure you have access to fresh water when needed.
Luxuriously warm showers – wherever you are
No caravan water accessories range would be complete without a selection of hot water systems, which provide you with access to hot water no matter where you are. From enjoying a shower at the end of a long day to thoroughly washing the dishes, this is a luxury that should not be taken for granted.
Will I need a professional to install these products?
The answer will really depend on the caravan plumbing components in question; you will be able to install some yourself, but others will require the expertise of a plumber to ensure safety and standard compliance.