At this time of the year, it’s not only your house that could do with a spring clean. Now is a great time to make sure your insurance meets your needs.
Whether it’s home insurance, car insurance, van insurance or property insurance it’s worth keeping your insurer up-to-date with any changes in your circumstances or …
Here are 6 simple questions to ask yourself:
Gotten a new job? Congratulations! Once you’ve got your first day out of the way, call your insurer. Different occupations will have an effect […]
A huge 84% of UK households have gas central heating, making radiator maintenance an essential job for most of us. But while it’s simple enough to carry out, it’s a task we often overlook.
Knowing how to bleed a radiator can make your heating more energy efficient, keep your boiler in peak condition and it will save you money on gas heating costs. And a bit of basic know-how can prevent all kinds of problems; from inefficient heating to rust, leaks and dreaded boiler damage.
In this […]
What causes condensation and how to stop it
Condensation is one of the most common seasonal issues facing British homeowners, with one in five British homes experiencing condensation related problems during the winter months. What’s more, it’s estimated that around 70% of damp problems can be attributed to condensation.
It doesn’t matter whether you live in a listed building or a newly built apartment – condensation can have a big impact. It might have small beginnings, but if you don’t deal with condensation right away it can […]
Families missing out as homes remain empty
Local councils and housing associations in the Black Country are missing out on huge amounts of rent because of void properties. This is despite a waiting list that totals thousands of people.
A void property is one that has recently become empty and is waiting to be re-let. Insurance companies are also missing out as these empty properties mean families will not take out cheap home insurance until they move into the house.
Dudley Council could have had an extra £352,000 […]