August 11th 2020
How much would it cost to rebuild your property?

There’s been a lot to think about and adjust to over the COVID-19 pandemic and if you’re moving home, it can be easy to overlook the finer details. However, there are some things that you absolutely need to get right first time around.

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November 6th 2018
Up your household security for autumn and winter

The end of British Summer Time signifies shorter days, longer nights and a 20% rise in home burglaries across the UK. The aftermath of a break-in can be devastating and often leaves homeowners feeling unsafe in their own homes.

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October 23rd 2018
Your Halloween Survival Guide: Keep your home safe this ‘All Hallows Eve’

Halloween can be traced back as far as the ancient festival of Samhain when, on the 31st of October, the ghosts of the dead would revisit the mortal world. To ward off any evil spirits in their midst, large bonfires were lit in each village. Druids then walked from house-to-house with embers from the sacred bonfire […]

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October 9th 2018
Attack of the autumn leaves – Avoiding blocked drains

Autumn is upon us, the nights are drawing in and we’re begrudgingly packing away our shorts and flip-flops for another year in place of cosy jumpers, winter coats and knitted scarves. Whilst autumn has its upsides, those crispy golden leaves can become quite a nuisance. Yes, we’re talking about blocked drains…

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November 21st 2017
Which world famous paintings occupy the “Most Sold For” list with Da Vinci’s “Salvador Mundi”?

Which world famous paintings occupy the “Most Sold For” list with Da Vinci’s “Salvador Mundi”? No artwork has come close to the price paid by a telephone bidder for Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Salvador Mundi” at Christies in New York. Composed in the 16th Century, it last changed hands in the 1950s, when it was bought for […]

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October 24th 2017
The insurance implications of the connected home

While the use of telematics in cars is nothing new, the idea that this can be extended to the home marks a significant change both for our customers and the household insurance market as we know it.

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November 15th 2016
Enjoy The Winter Season In Comfort

Your home is made of sturdy stuff, but it does need a little extra help in winter. There are a few measures you can take to make you home more comfortable and reliable in the winter months. Some of these measures will take five minutes, if that, some a little longer, but all could save […]

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