Modern caravans and motorhome floors are made of a sandwich construction. The floor is constructed of two sheets of thin plywood bonded to a styrofoam core. If the bond breaks down, delamination takes place so your caravan floor will then feels spongy as you walk across it. Delamination can be cured by injecting a specially formulated epoxy resin, this takes up the void and bonds the construction together. This kind of repair is a permanent solution and the end result will be stronger than when the floor was originally manufactured.
An excellent habitation check it Dan and his assistant. Very friendly, clear information given and advice on future actions provided. I would highly recommend Caravan Dan.
I've now used Caravan Dan twice and have been extremely pleased with his work.
Arrived on time, pleasant & friendly. Pointed out the failings of a dealer (Marquis Preston) fitted gas line & advised returning to dealer to fix under warranty. I decided his price for fixing was less than the diesel/time costs of trailing back to Marquis (again!?!). Great job, well satisfied.
The whole experience of dealing with Caravan Dan Ltd. was excellent and I would have no hesitation in recommending them to other Motorhome owners.
Excellent service and spent a lot of time explaining what he had done and future work that was required on my van.
Very good comprehensive service report, more detailed than previous engineers who have serviced van.