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Whether you work in construction, landscape gardening, plumbing, or any number of other trades, tool insurance is an important cover to consider when you take out your business insurance policy.
Starting a business from home? You can get set up pretty quickly, but it’s worth doing some planning.
Understanding the different types of insurance available for business can be difficult. In this article, we help get you up to speed.
Insurance is one of the most important things to consider when you start working for yourself.
In cold, wet, and sometimes stormy weather, tradespeople face particular seasonal risks. Follow our tips to stay safe and keep warm while you’re working in the winter.
Winter can be great for business. There’s Christmas, the New Year, and depending on your product or service, it may even be the busiest time of the year. But winter can also see the UK hit by some fairly nasty weather.
In the winter season, storms are more likely to hit the UK. This means that it’s important to protect your rental property against storms, which can include heavy rain, snowfall, and high winds.
Keeping track of the legal obligations of businesses can be a job in itself. It’s rarely a case of learning them when you start out and leaving it at that.
With temperatures soaring during a longer, hotter summer than most of us can remember, there’s one simple but essential piece of advice landlords need pass on to tenants.
Tradespeople across the UK are losing out on thousands of pounds, as sophisticated thieves target vans for the expensive tools inside.