Park Home Assist have become one of the first Park Home Insurers to assist park home owners who struggle to obtain flood cover for their park home when their property may be in a flood risk area.

There is often speculation following a recent budget about inheritance tax. If you want to protect your park home as an asset or a home to pass on to your loved ones, this quick guide to inheritance tax and park homes should help.

The inheritance rules for park homes are different from a ‘bricks and mortar’ house and are worth getting to know for your peace of mind. If you have lost someone and are worried about your own future and the future of your park home this guide is designed to help.

Regular external park home maintenance is needed to ensure your home is pleasant and secure to live in. Good external park home maintenance will reduce the need for and the cost of repairs.

Are you curious about park home living and want to know more? Here are five frequently asked questions about park home living.

The true test of any insurance policy is when you need to make a claim, so choosing an award-winning park home insurance specialist will give you the confidence you need, should you have to make a claim.

If you own your own park home on a residential site in England, you could benefit from a new government scheme to make your home more energy efficient.

The park home lifestyle appeals to many people, but what do you need to know before buying a park home?

Problems caused by damp in your park home can be difficult and very expensive to repair, so the best way to deal with damp is to prevent it happening in the first place.

Preparing your park home for the winter reduces the risk of damage to your home.