Production & Delivery Lead Time

Our lead times vary from time to time. This is because all of our products are hand-built to order and production times can sometimes fluctuate. Please keep an eye on the red banner at the top of our website, which will give you an indication of current lead times.

Current Lead Time: 3 weeks

Comfortable Camper Living In Cold Weather


The days are getting colder, and boy are we feeling it at the moment! If you’re planning a little getaway soon, you’re going to want to make sure that your camper is as cosy as possible to help you cope with the chilly weather to come. Thankfully, we keep thermal properties in mind for each of our products so you can sit back and bask in the knowledge that your camper is winter ready.
Winter-proof your camper!

Vanshades offer a great range of products with excellent thermal properties.

Window pods

A tasteful alternative to curtains, Window Pods® achieve a flawless modern finish to your windows and conversion whilst offering blackout and thermal qualities. They act as extra insulation on your camper windows to eliminate those pesky draughts and give an all round cosy feel. The cellular design holds a layer of air which acts as an insulator, retaining heat in the winter.

Pop-top wraps

The Vanshades Insulated Pop Top Wrap is a universal product to fit an elevating roof or pop top. It has a special insulated layer sandwiched between the outer and inner hydro coated polyester to keep your vehicle warmer during cooler months/climates. It’s an extra layer of insulation for your camper!
Other things to consider… As well as choosing our Window Pods and Insulated Pop-top Wraps to keep the heat in, there are a number of other things you can do to keep your camper warmer on your next adventure.

Keep on top of repairs

Whether it’s a faulty heater or a draughty window, make sure you fix all the little things that have been on your to-do list for weeks. It’ll make keeping the heat in much easier and you’ll thank yourself for it when the temperatures plummet!
Insulate where you can

Think about getting your camper properly insulated to help regulate the temperature inside. This may involve a little DIY, but is well worth it in the long run. Spray foam or foil insulation can help to keep the heat in and make your trip more comfortable.

Use indoor heaters

The obvious choice when turning up the heat would be to invest in indoor heaters for your camper or go all out and invest in a diesel night heater. They’re a great investment for your vehicle and only cost a few pence for entire nights comfort.