Every holiday home owner with paying guests is legally required to carry out a Fire Risk Assessment (make sure you are thorough in your assessment and keep it regularly updated). But what about less regulated requirements and every day dangers - is it enough to stick up a disclaimer and be done?
Holiday homes may be obvious targets for burglary as they are often empty for extended periods of time but as a holiday home owner there are things you can do to protect your property.
Whether you deal with changeovers yourself, are part of a fully-managed service or hire help, effective cleaning products will be your holiday home’s best friend and weave a sparkly path to happy guests and great reviews.
Whilst storms make for spectacular viewing both inland and on the coast, holiday cottage owners may be wondering how best to protect their property from storm damage. So you don’t get caught out, make sure you follow our top storm survival tips.
There are easy steps you can follow to minimise the risk of fire in your holiday home to protect you and your guests.
It’s important to plan treatment well before the planned arrival of any guests.
New laws in February 2014 followed a number of fatalities in the UK, and set out the safe installation of window blinds and the revision of standards.
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