Providing your services are in good condition there is no need to switch everything off at night. We always make sure the TV is unplugged, if we have been watching it, but other than that everything is left "ON".
Just the same as at home really, do you switch all your electric and gas off at night at home?
like everything in life, there are risks, but sensible use and precautions usually suffice!!
This is what we thought, we unplug the TV etc but (granted first trip) did not turn off the gas or electric....hence I was concerned to see this on another posting...OK will carry on as we were. Thanks
I'm curious as to why the TV is being unplugged at night, unless it needs moving of course. TVs hold a charge in capacitors and other static in the case and screen etc. If you leave it plugged in but switched off at the socket then this build up can discharge through the earth, which actually makes it safer.
We switch on everything on arrival and then leave it until we're packing up. The water heater stays on permanently as well if we're on hook up.