Insurance Repairs

Case study: Insurance repairs in action – repairing an en-suite shower room

Case study: Insurance repairs in action – repairing an en-suite shower room

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.

How do we differ from other building contractors?

How do we differ from other building contractors?

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.

Understanding electrics and their risks to your property

Understanding electrics and their risks to your property

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.

How to prevent burst pipes wreaking havoc this winter

How to prevent burst pipes wreaking havoc this winter

With the cold winter weather comes a greater likelihood of a burst pipe. This can cause a great deal of inconvenience, considerable damage and unwanted repair costs, especially if it happens over the Christmas period. But the problem is largely preventable. Here are our top tips on how to take care of your pipes.

Storm damage: what you need to know

Storm damage: what you need to know

Autumn and winter weather often means storms, which can cause havoc to your property. Already this autumn we’ve seen Storms Aileen and Brian affect large parts of the UK. In this blog, we explore the impact of storm damage on your property and how you can best protect yourself.

Repairing a property following fire damage

Repairing a property following fire damage

Fire damage is devastating and perhaps the worst kind of damage you can suffer to your residential or commercial property. Repairs can be complicated, time-consuming and costly. Yet fire damage is quite common – it’s the fifth most common type of insurance claim, according to Aviva. If you’ve suffered fire damage, help and recovery are just a phone call away.

Insuring your property against fire damage

Insuring your property against fire damage

Fire damage is one of the most common insurance policy claims in the UK, with fires in domestic homes and business premises occurring frequently. Government statistics show that the fire and rescue services attended around 162,000 fires in England during 2015/16.

Drying out after flood damage

Drying out after flood damage

Hurricane season is upon us and Storms Harvey, Irma and Maria have already caused mass devastation in the Caribbean and US. In the UK alone, 1 in 6 households is at risk of serious flooding, according to the National Flood Forum. If you have been affected by a flood, help and recovery are just a phone call away.

How to protect against flood damage

How to protect against flood damage

With Storms Harvey and Irma having recently wreaked havoc in Texas and Florida, the devastation caused by floods and storms is not far from most people’s minds. But there are things you can do to protect your property and if floods do strike, help is at hand. Here are our top tips.

What happens when you call us?

What happens when you call us?

If your property has suffered damage and you need to claim on your insurance, Sarrani’s team of experts is on hand to plan, coordinate and manage all the resources required to reinstate it to the high quality you expect with the least possible stress. In this blog, we talk you through what to expect when you contact us.