As we head towards winter, are you prepared for an enjoyable, safe and secure festive season? What can you do to keep your homes and vehicles safe? Cold weather can be a challenge for owners of older and larger properties. Steps should be taken to make sure that water pipes don’t freeze – especially outdoor
The high season is when you’re likely to get the greatest return on your holiday home investment, and diligent preparation is key to ensuring that your busiest booking period goes smoothly. Follow these tips to make sure your holiday home is ship shape before the busiest time of the year gets underway. Maintenance The run-up
The sun is lingering longer in the sky, which means it’s time to ‘de-winterise’ your boat and get out on the water. But before you can embark on your first trip, you still need to inspect your boat to ensure it is functional. Thankfully, de-winterising shouldn’t take too long, as long as your boat was
Our opening hours during the Christmas and New Year period are: 24 December – 8:30 am – 12.00 pm 25 – 27 December – branches closed 28 – 30 December – 8.30 am – 5.00 pm 31 December – 8:30 am – 12.00 pm 01 – 02 January – branches closed 03 January – branches
As the holiday season comes to an end, prudent holiday homeowners should be preparing their second homes for the winter. Make sure you think about the following: Maintenance Tasks • Turn off the utilities: Turn off the water and gas, and unplug all electronic devices. If your home has an electric heater, set the temperature to at
While car breakdown services offer assistance to the degree of fixing your vehicle at the roadside, they WILL NOT recover a vehicle with a horse on board. Here you’ll find some advice on what to do in the event of an emergency: 1. Prevention is better than cure – make sure you keep your vehicle well
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