It's that time of year to change up your wardrobe into warmer clothes and keep the home cosy during the cold weather and storms that autumn and winter will bring.
For many of us, owning a second property and using it as our holiday home is a real dream. It can also be one that’s reasonably attainable. However, there are some insurance issues to be aware...
Here is a selection of some of the more common questions relating to holiday homes and holiday home insurance.
Holiday home contents insurance might prove to be invaluable in a situation where you have experienced a burglary or some form of disaster that has caused you to lose your precious belongings.
Considerable confusion often arises with the mention of mobile homes and whether their owners may use them as permanent places of residence – in other words, live in them the whole year around.
September is upon us. Autumn is just around the corner, bringing with it the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, according to the poet John Keats.
In what follows, the main characteristics of lodge insurance will be clarified.
It’s the time of year when you appreciate the many flowers in bloom in your garden, public parks and spaces, and even on grass verges and sides of the motorway. The flowers are all very pleasing on th
It’s a home that almost certainly cost you a significant sum, it looks pretty well just like a house, it’s your permanent place of residence – it is, to all intents and purposes a house like any other
School holidays – you might never have known it, but these are the times when you are most likely to be making a claim for accidental damage under your home insurance policy.
If you are renting a property, you are probably thanking your lucky stars that you managed to find a place in the current market where demand outstrips supply.
Septic tanks have been used for many years in properties that are not connected to a mains drainage system. Instead, a tank sunk into the ground allows solid waste to sink to the bottom while the liqu