Your home is normally the largest asset you will own, and your mortgage the largest debt you will ever incur. Therefore, it is essential to have the right cover in place in case the worst were to happen, as this article from award-winning life insurance broker, Reassured, explains…
Danny Marinou, Managing Director of SMAS Worksafe, writes about how COVID-19 is affecting job security and mental health in the UK construction industry
Charlie Fleet, Managing Director at wall coverings specialist, Reco Surfaces, explains why the construction industry needs to embrace offsite construction methods in this guest article…
Health and safety are always at the forefront of the minds of responsible employers, but current times have perhaps made these issues even more prevalent, as this article explores…
Now, whilst navigating the ‘new normal’, Andrew Cooper, national specification manager from Senior Architectural Systems, explains how existing aluminium fenestration solutions can help lead the way.
How are technological advances increasing our buildings’ safety? This guest article takes a look at three key advances.
This article sees Tristan Hughes, UK Sales Manager at Siltbuster, talk about how organisations can respect their obligations when it comes to the management of waterborne contaminants.
Brits fork out £475 on average to repair or replace a damaged item – up to 16 times more than the annual cost of accidental cover (£28.53), according to new research by MoneySuperMarket.
They say that an Englishman’s (or woman’s) home is his castle and so it comes as no surprise that many proud Brits are taking to remodeling and renovating their homes to amazing standards. But where do you start? It may not be as difficult as you might first think – this piece explores some exciting[…]
Rebecca Wilkinson, tax expert and sector specialist at accountancy firm, Menzies LLP, has reacted to Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s Summer Statement.