It’s a good time to brush up on fire safety in your park home this summer, especially as the hot, dry weather is bringing us all out to enjoy the rays. We have compiled some of the top tips from the UK government and the fire service as a reminder, which we hope will keep you a little safer this summer.

It’s good to know that money and credit cards insurance cover is included as standard in a park home insurance policy from Park Home Assist.

With the hot weather set to continue, the barbecue season is definitely here. Everyone loves a long sunny evening, having fun with friends and cooking on an open fire, so it’s essential to barbeque safely.  Taking into account the extreme hot weather conditions we have been experiencing, grass surrounding park homes and lodges will be extremely dry, the tiniest of spark can easily cause a significant fire.

We are delighted to confirm that on the 6th July 2022 Park Home Assist Insurance we’re announced winners of the 2022 Customer Care Award.

We are delighted to confirm on the 6th July 2022, Park Home Assist Insurance we’re announced winners of the 2022 Personal Lines Broker of the Year Award.

You may be at a point in your life where downsizing to a park home becomes the right move. Perhaps to economise, particularly if you are retired, downsizing to a park home can make financial sense.

We would like to thank everyone who came to the Park Home Assist Insurance stand at The World of Park & Leisure Homes Show this weekend.

If your car insurance is due for renewal, then give us a call – there are many benefits of insuring your car with Park Home Assist. Here are some of them…

It’s best to avoid damp in your park home, as the damage it causes can be extensive and expensive to repair. Damp can also foster the growth of mould in your home, which can present a significant health risk. So, preventing the build-up of damp in your park home is something that could save you trouble later on.