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Flood risk assessment

Flood risk assessment

The gov.uk website is full of useful information on flood safety. Using just your postcode, you can check the potential flood risk to your home and gain information on what to do.

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Stay safe in the kitchen

Stay safe in the kitchen

According to Electrical safety first, more than half of all accidental house fires start in the kitchen. So it's important that you take special care when using electrical appliances.

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Avoiding cigarette fires in the home

Avoiding cigarette fires in the home

Smoking in the home is a dangerous practice. Read our tips on avoiding potential fire hazards if you must smoke in your home.

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How to avoid electrical fires

How to avoid electrical fires

It’s not only electrical faults that start fires, human error is often to blame. Whether it’s a badly wired plug or an iron left on – we all need to take more care in the home with electrical devices.

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Is your home at risk of flooding?

Is your home at risk of flooding?

Did you know that the government have compiled a list of sites that can help you identify if you're at risk of flooding? Read our article to find out more.

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What is secondary flood damage?

What is secondary flood damage?

Secondary flood damage (as opposed to primary flood damage) is caused following the aftermath of water damage to your home.

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Burst water pipes

Burst water pipes

Burst water pipes can cause thousands of pounds worth of damage to your home. If a pipe in your home burst, split or leak, here is a quick guide of what we recommend you should do.

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Lightning strike to your home

Lightning strike to your home

If your house has just been hit directly by lightning, your first port of call should be the fire services. Lightning can start fires in loft spaces and within walls of homes.

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Handling Smoke Damage after a Fire

Handling Smoke Damage after a Fire

You may be anxious to clean your home after a fire, but unless you take the time to get professional advice, you may be wasting your efforts or creating further damage.

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The aftermath of water damage

The aftermath of water damage

When a disaster strikes and your home or business premises suffer damage caused by water, whether its a flood or escape of water, it is imperative to respond quickly in order to prevent further damages and complications.

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