Whether you're looking for a luxury retreat for weekend breaks or a residential model for year round comfort, our latest collection of stunning holiday homes can be produced to a variety of build specifications, tailored to suit your chosen lifestyle.
All of our standard models are built to exceed the requirements of EN 1647, the European industry-wide regulation for the manufacture of caravan holiday homes. This specification dictates that compliant holiday homes are suitable for use as temporary or seasonal accommodation on a holiday basis, and are not suitable as a permanent residence.
All Willerby models are certified by the National Caravan Council (NCC) who work with many partners (British and European Standards Organisations, Health & Safety Executive, Gas Safe, Fire Inspectorate etc.) to ensure that the industryís products comply and are safe. Every model that has been approved is licensed to carry an NCC Approved Badge.
All of our products offer superior levels of structural integrity and thermal dynamics, as well as lagged water pipes for extra protection during colder weather conditions, providing comfortable and practical holiday accommodation.
Thermal Comparison Chart
|EN 1647||BS 3632 (2005)||ThermaMax|
|Wall Insulation||28mm polystyrene insulation board||50mm high performance rigid insulation wrapped with low emissivity composite foil||50mm high performance rigid insulation wrapped with low emissivity composite foil|
|Roof Insulation||120mm glass wool||120mm glass wool||120mm glass wool|
|Floor Insulation||50mm glass wool*||100mm glass wool||100mm glass wool|
|Windows & Doors||Single glazing or energy efficient PVCu double glazing (where supplied)||Low E Argon-filled PVCu double glazing||Low E Argon-filled PVCu double glazing|
* Vogue supplied with SIPS (Composite Insulated Floor Structure) as standard
If you wish to reside in your holiday home all year round, then you must select the British Standard BS 3632 (2005) optional upgrade.
This standard defines the manufacturing specification that makes our products suitable for year-round use, including safety, acoustic and thermal insulation, construction and durability.
• High performance wall, roof and floor insulation
• Gas central heating with high-efficiency condensing combi-boiler (where not supplied as standard)
• Low 'E' Argon-filled PVCu double glazing
• Enhanced ventilation in bathrooms, shower rooms and WCs
Please refer to Park Licence and associated planning conditions when selecting Holiday Home (EN 1647), Residential BS 3632 (2005), or European specification versions of any holiday home model. Please note that in order to comply with the Residential (BS 3632) living space requirements, certain models will be supplied with one single bed in the second and/or third bedroom, rather than twin beds. All models also require secondary external doors (i.e. Outlook doors, such as French doors or patio doors) to meet the required specification.
Due to the complex volumetric space calculations required to meet the specification, BS 3632 (2005) is only available on selected models:
|2 Bedroom model||3 Bedroom model|
|Rio Gold 12||-||-|
|Rio Gold 10||-||-|
O Optional Extra | - Not Available
The NCC Structural Thermal Rating Scheme is designed to give purchasers of Caravan Holiday Homes an indication of the likely thermal efficiency of the homes they are considering.
The scheme takes into consideration the insulation qualities of the fabric of the home and the amount of energy required to heat the air passing through the home.
The calculator generates a rating label giving an indication of the fabric and ventilation heat losses. Given that Caravan Holiday Homes are designed for holiday occupancy, they are given a rating that assumes that the home isnít used during the coldest part of the year from the beginning of December until the end of February.
The ratings are based on the calculated seasonal heating load per square metre of floor area. A score of between 1 and 10 is awarded to each home based upon its thermal rating. The most thermally efficient homes are those with a high numerical rating. Scores at the upper end of the scale represent industry leading constructions.
The seasonal rating is provided, enables end-users to compare the typical energy consumption of homes that are of a similar plan area and that are only used in the warmer months.
Homes with features such as double glazing and enhanced insulation packages are likely to have a higher rating than those of more basic construction. Homes with larger floor areas will score more highly than those of identical construction with smaller footprints, care should therefore be taken to only directly compare homes of similar sizes.
The NCC Energy Efficiency Rating Scheme is designed to give purchasers of Residential Park Homes an indication of the likely energy consumption and Carbon Dioxide (CO²) emissions of the homes they are considering
The scheme takes into consideration the insulation qualities of the fabric of the home, the amount of energy required to heat the air passing through the home and the efficiency of the central heating and water heating equipment, as well as the energy consumed by the fixed lighting equipment.
Using Degree Day Data, the calculator generates a rating label giving an indication of the total energy consumption. 12-month residential occupancy is assumed.
In common with other energy efficiency rating scales, the most efficient homes are those with a rating at the green end of the scale whilst the least efficient will have a rating in the red zone.
The ratings are based on the calculated energy consumption per square metre of floor area. An estimate of the Carbon Dioxide emissions per square metre of floor area is also provided.
Homes with features such as gas central heating and double glazing are likely to have a higher rating than equivalent electrically heated ones because of the additional losses incurred by centrally generated and distributed electricity.
Homes that have a lower occupancy are likely to have a higher rating because of the reduced ventilation, lighting and domestic hot water.
Designed by Willerby to offer a more flexible thermal upgrade package, Therma-max is an option that provides the same insulation and window specification as BS 3632 (2005), but does not require the secondary external doors or the central heating system that are dictated by the residential specification. In addition Therma-max does not restrict the number of beds in the twin bedroom(s), is available on all models and it is not affected by the Park Licence conditions.
Willerby is committed to providing the very highest levels of safety for its customers.
All Willerby holiday homes are built in accordance with British Standard Holiday Home specification (EN 1647) or Residential Specification BS 3632 (2005), and are certified by the National Caravan Council (NCC).
As well as undergoing a full Risk Assessment during the design process; the following safety equipment and features are fitted as standard in all our holiday homes:
All our holiday homes are fitted as standard with Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors. These constantly monitor CO levels, providing early warning of the gas well before danger levels are reached, giving you total peace of mind.