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Why

We’re passionate about protecting the things that matter to YOU – whether that’s your business, your car, your home or your possessions.

If you have an accident or suffer a loss, we will work on YOUR behalf to ensure the claim is settled as quickly as possible.

We believe in challenging our own team to excel in everything they do – above all, in order to offer YOU outstanding levels of service.

How

Our experienced and high calibre team of Chartered insurance brokers are the best at what they do – employing over 100 years of experience to ensure you’re fully covered at the most competitive premiums possible.

What

Everything we do is intelligently and strategically focused on ensuring you’re protected. So whether you’re looking for business or personal insurance, speak to us – you’ll find we’re right there for you.

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Fabulous service, quick, efficient and very reasonably priced compared to other brokers. Totally satisfied.

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Minimum energy performance requirement looms. Have you got the energy?

Winter for many tenants of residential or commercial properties can be costly and uncomfortable if they have to endure sub-standard heating systems in drafty buildings. But all that’s set to change next year when the new energy efficiency regulations come into play on 1st April 2018. Changes to the 2011 Energy Act are intended to […]

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Less for more thanks to latest inflation figures

The refreshed currency in our pockets, purses and wallets won’t stay there long thanks to the highest inflation in the UK in five years. While clothing has remained low, food, transport and utility prices have tipped inflation over the edge from 2.9% in August to 3% in September, with wage increases still hobbling behind at […]

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How SMEs can be more environmentally friendly

With deadlines to meet and targets to hit, thinking about the environment is rarely a priority in the workplace. But just a few surprisingly simple changes can have a significant positive impact on the environment – and also on your finances. The Carbon Trust Standard estimates UK SMEs could collectively save nearly £400 million per […]

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How should businesses respond to a “critical” threat level?

The UK terror level reached critical status once again following the Parson’s Green explosion on 15th September. Lowered to “severe” two days later, it’s the third time this year the country has been on the highest alert, with troops bolstering police presence at major public events and areas of large crowds, such as train stations […]

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Buying vs leasing equipment: Which is right for your business?

As a business owner, you will inevitably need to update your business equipment at some point – whether it’s investing in new computer hardware or replacing old machinery with the latest versions. Renovating your equipment can have far-reaching positive impacts, from keeping up with ever-changing technology and maintaining cyber security, to improving yield, outputs and […]

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The internet in 60 seconds

Are you ever surprised by the amount of web page visits you’ve clocked up when going back through your search history, or are you figuring out if you’re like the average smart phone user who picks up their device 85 times a day? There’s a lot of activity going on in and around the internet […]

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5 areas of risk in construction

If the only risks associated with construction were that of injury or death on site, the job of an insurer would be a lot more straightforward. But lead contractors know more than anyone, except perhaps insurance experts and solicitors, that the stakes are high in every project in ways that extend beyond health and safety. […]

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Health hazards for painters

Painters and decorators who spend their time sanding, spraying, cleaning and filing are exposing themselves to a number of known cancer causing properties, known as carcinogens. This daily contact can cause lung and bladder cancer, causing the death of 334 painters a year, according to the cancer burden study. Hazardous substances which can be found […]

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The dangers of dust

Among other construction and trade related risks, dust kicked up into the air from sanding, grinding, drilling and cutting can cause fatal damage to those exposed to it. Understanding the dangers and knowing how to protect against them is key to avoiding serious illnesses which may not come to light until many years later. What […]

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3 less obvious steps to lowering your accident rate

Stringent on-site health and safety measures can protect your workers first and foremost, but also care for your business by reducing absence, protecting your reputation, retaining staff and maintaining productivity. Best practices around training, the right equipment and signage are all a given when working on a construction site, but what of the overlooked risks […]

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