Hopping away this Easter?

Easter is a great time to spend with your loved ones and for this reason you may be travelling away from home.  Here are 3 steps to keep in mind before you start your Easter break:

I want to ride my bicycle! So keep your cycle safe

So now spring has sprung and the sun is shining, more of you will want to get out and about on your faithful bike again, but make sure your bike is secure. On average 376,000 cycles are stolen every year and over half of all cycle thefts in the UK take place close to home,…

Security made simple

You may have heard of insurers referring to minimum security, but what is it and when do insurers require it? Locks that would comply with minimum security to all final exit doors for most insurers would include; approved to British Standard (BS3621). 

How secure is your home?

Crime including theft and attempted theft at the home unfortunately is on the increase, with a rise of 7.8% of theft incidences from January 2016 to January 2017. Maximum security at your home could rapidly reduce the risk of theft and malicious damage, so it would be in your best interests to at least know…

Saint Patrick’s Day!

One of the most favoured holidays across the world whether you’re Irish or not, Saint Patrick’s Day is worth joining the Irish cheer, who are charmed for celebrating in true Gaelic style. Just in London alone there are many events that will be going on from 17th March and over Saint Paddy’s weekend, including, a…

Conceal and protect, how to keep your property safe when it’s unoccupied

If your property has been unoccupied for more than one policy year some standard insurers will not offer renewal on properties that will remain unoccupied long-term, or cover will likely be restricted to Fire, Lightning, Earthquake and Explosion only (FLEE).  If you are looking for more extensive level of cover you may need to seek…