When you are arranging your property insurance you might often hear talk about the perils of underinsurance. You’ll be warned that it’s something to avoid at all costs. But what exactly does the term…
None of us likes it, of course, when the things we need go up in price. There are ominous signs that this might be the case with insurance premiums too.
An increasing number of homes are making use of the space in garden to erect a shed, outbuilding, or other structure for storage, a place of retreat and escape from the pressures of daily life...
The succession of lockdowns because of the pandemic during 2020 and 2021 revealed at least one silver lining – almost every type of crime fell throughout England and Wales, according to UK Research
A report by Business Wire on the 21st of April 2021 revealed that some 73% of all consumers currently have some form of home insurance, a slight increase on the comparable figures for 2019.
For many of us, emerging from the successive lockdowns and restrictions of the past year might seem a bit like coming out of hibernation. It’s a new season, everything is different yet still somehow..
With tough border controls limiting the freedom to take holidays overseas and lingering worries about the spread of the coronavirus and its variants, record numbers of Britons are turning instead to…
If you own any kind of property, you will appreciate the importance of buildings insurance.
In the UK, every year seems to bring its share of misery to thousands of households affected by flooding. Sadly, there seems to be no end in sight.
The short, dark days of winter will soon be behind us because spring is on its way. And with the new season, spring cleaning is in the air. So, don’t forget to include your home finances in that burst
When we last wrote about this subject – only five months ago – some 45,000 people had died after being tested positive for Covid-19. That sombre tally has now risen to almost 82,000.
Do you have a checklist of home maintenance jobs to be done at particular times of the year – as winter approaches, let’s say? It’s probably a good idea.