Protecting Your Assets – the Sensible Choice

The recent flooding which affected large swathes of the country highlights yet again the need for your insurances to be up to date.

Climate change means severe weather events are becoming more common and all the science points to them getting increasingly severe.

In other words – prepare for more floods, storms and wind.

Recent problems included blocked drains overflowing, spilling sewage into houses; rivers changing course, undercutting banks below houses; and slips that crashed down hillsides sweeping away everything, including buildings, in their path.

You may not be able to prevent bad weather, but you can reduce the likelihood of it adversely impacting your property. The key to this is preventative maintenance.

If you regularly check your roof, it is less likely to leak or blow off in a storm. If you regularly clean your gutters, rainwater is less likely to enter your house or flood your basement. If your wooden joinery is in good shape your windows will not blow out in high winds.

Sometimes, however, all the preparation in the world cannot prevent damage. An event or series of events beyond your control, that no-one could have predicted, can turn your world upside down. In situations like that, you need the peace of mind that only comprehensive insurance cover can bring. If you feel you are not protected in the event of a natural disaster, talk with me and let’s organise insurance cover for you that really will take care of things. Call me today to arrange a time for a no-obligation chat about protecting what is most important to you.

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