2020 will probably stand out as the year in which a significant proportion of the population discovered the benefits of working from home. It offers the chance to trade in the daily grind of a commute
The price of home insurance premiums seems almost volatile at times. Having reached an historic low in 2017, they have now risen by 4% in the last year, according to research cited...
The current pandemic is wreaking havoc among small businesses the length and breadth of the country. Many are closing down until a particular re-opening date or indefinitely while others are preparing
The one thing the recent lockdown and social distancing rules seem to have taught us is the importance of the safe, open space represented by a garden.
Some homeowners are fully aware that DIY is hardly their strongest suit. Others stumble ahead regardless, bodging whatever job needs to be done, and invariably leaving the situation even worse...
It makes sombre reading that, at the time of writing, nearly 45,000 people in the UK who tested positive for Covid-19 have died. Not only that but with the NHS overstretched and unable to carry out so
Home insurance – it might seem like a familiar enough subject and one that is typically straight forward. While that remains true, there are nevertheless different types of home insurance...
In a story published on the 20th of June, the Express newspaper revealed that crimes involving thefts from homes had fallen during the stay-at-home guidance of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Prime Minister has said he’ll do it. So have the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak and the Health Secretary Matt Hancock.
When was the last time you thought about your home insurance? If you gave it any thought at all, like many households, you might just have given the nod to the same again when the renewal notice came
You might be amazed by what gets stolen from gardens. The Crime Prevention (CP) website, for example, lists everything from shrubs and trees in pots to those still planted in the ground, from paving.
There’s a little of the undiscovered farmer in each of us. There is a natural wonder and satisfaction in growing the food we eat. From one small seed or seedling, through the addition of water to the