What Pricing practices have been reviewed? What are the new rules? What do I need to look out for? These questions are answered in this article.
Staying safe in your park home at Christmas will help you to relax and enjoy the festivities. Here are some simple tips to make it easier.
Underinsurance is a situation which arises when the value of the property damaged or stolen is of a type that is covered in your policy, but of an amount that exceeds the maximum limit covered in that policy
The prospect of winter fills many with dread, as longer nights and lower temperatures mean that it’s harder to keep warm in your park home. This guide gives you some helpful tips, whether you’re thinking of buying a park home or already live in one.
Reducing condensation in your park home becomes more of an issue in the winter months as temperatures outside drop and heating gets turned up. Condensation is caused when moisture in the air comes into contact with colder non-absorbent surfaces such as windows, walls and tiled floors and worktops
Taking photos for your park home insurance can make the process much easier and avoid any problems arising should you need to make a claim. You should take photos showing the general condition of your park home and any additions such as awnings, decking or a hot tub that you have added since taking out your insurance.
Getting help with your park home energy bills this winter is a high priority for many residents. Keeping warm is essential for all of us and with rising energy costs, it can present an even greater challenge than usual. For those who qualify, there is help available both for fuel bills and for some measures to make your home more energy efficient and easier to keep warm.
Emergencies caused by events such as leakages, a heating failure or power outage are a problem at any time of year but the level of inconvenience and discomfort is, of course, magnified in the winter. Knowing that you can get the timely assistance you might need should an incident occur, means you can feel assured that you are covered whatever the season throws at you.
As winter draws closer this is an ideal time to be thinking about insulation for your park home. Not only will insulating your home keep you warmer but it will also reduce your energy consumption and help you to save money on your bills.
The coming of autumn brings new challenges for the maintenance of your park home. Here are a few ideas to help to get your park home in the best shape for the coming months.
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