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Hi Lopez Am i right in thinking you are going to live on it having a largish water tank (mine is 265gall) is beneficial and if under your bed it is out of the way using storage under a bed unless in drawers can be not convenient along with damp/condensation problems, if you have a bath room with largest shower why not keep it as it is. I would suggest you place some insulation around and on top of your tank, has your diesel tank a water drain tap on the lowest part? you will also need a biggish tank for diesel if you have diesel heating, solid fuel stoves are all very well but difficult to regulate and with new regs on what you can burn and being in London might cause some problems, if you do live on it and intend stripping/rebuilding the interior i urge you to spay foam all exterior surfaces with spray foam while units are dismantled, this will pay dividnes later also you can double glaze the fixed windows with acrylic panels fixed with Velcro sticky tape,(i have done this on my boat works very well), Your plumbing leaves a lot to be desired all hoses should have two stainless clips on all connections you will have no problems with stainless steel tanks tainting the water, Hep2o plastic tubing works very well encased in Armoflex as it is flexible and wont crack with movement. When/if you change the wiring or electricals dip bear ends in Vaseline this will stop corrosion on all electrical metal surfaces.DO NOT use ordenary grease. wishing you well. John

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