The best way to illustrate how we can help you with your insurance repairs is by showing you some of the work we’ve done. We spoke to a recent client, Janice, who called us in to help with her insurance claim and the associated repairs to her property, following a water leak in her hall cupboard and en-suite shower room.
You may be wondering why it’s a good idea to use an insurance repair specialist such as Sarrani to restore your property following leak, flood, fire or storm. This blog explains how we’re different to traditional building contractors and how our specialist services can ensure you get the repairs carried out properly and paid for by your insurer.
Have you ever considered what cover for alternative accommodation is included in your property insurance policy? If your home or business suffers severe damage, you might need to move elsewhere temporarily, so it’s important to ensure you have the right level of cover. This will save you money in the event of a property insurance repair claim.
These days we rely heavily on electrical appliances both at work and at home, so it’s no wonder that electricity is a major cause of accidental fires and other hazards. If you are a landlord renting out a residential property, here are the things you need to know to help avoid accidents and costly insurance repairs to your rented property.
According to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), there are around 1,000 electrical accidents at work and about 25 people die from their injuries each year. Employers have a legal obligation to protect their employees, but accidents do still happen. We’ve put this guide together to help you understand the risks and, ultimately, avoid costly insurance repairs to your commercial property caused by electrical accidents.
Electricity is a major cause of accidental fires in the UK. With our increasing reliance on electrical appliances, the risk of accidents and fatalities is also increasing. In 2016-17, there were 30,296 fires in the home, almost half of which were caused by faulty cooking appliances. Here’s our guide to minimising the risks in your home and avoiding costly property insurance repairs.