Articles by Steve Barnes
With temperatures soaring to record highs, what can landlords do to reduce risks and protect their property? Steve Barnes, Associate Director at NRLA insurance partners, Total Landlord Insurance, shares his ten top tips for landlords, as we face the reality that extreme heat fuelled by climate change is making heatwaves more intense, frequent and likely.
In this comprehensive guide, NRLA insurance partners, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance, explain everything landlords need to know about protecting property from flooding - from assessing level of risk to the measures to take to prepare both properties and tenants, what to do in the event of a flood, and how to make sure you have comprehensive cover.
NRLA partners Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance explain everything landlords need to know about protecting their property from damage to underground services - from how to make sure you have comprehensive cover and what's not covered, to preventing damage, what to do if there's a problem and who is responsible for repairs.
NRLA partners Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance explain everything landlords need to know about accidental damage, from who is responsible for repairs, to how to reduce your risks and what you should do if your property is affected by accidental damage.
Steve Barnes of NRLA partners Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance shares the complete guide to landlord liability insurance.
Burst pipes can cause devastating damage to property, leading to flooding and mould, destroying valued possessions, and potentially leaving people without water and putting them out of their homes. In this guide NRLA partners Hamilton Fraser Landlord Insurance cover what landlords can do to prevent a burst pipe.
NRLA partners Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance have released an A to Z of property claims eBook 2.0 for landlords. Our at-a-glance infographic gives you a great overview of what the eBook contains.
With holidays back on the agenda, your tenants may be heading off for a break, leaving your property empty and potentially vulnerable to break-in. Here, NRLA insurance partners, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance, share their insights into how you and your tenants can reduce your risks of being broken into.
NRLA partner, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance share their useful guidance for landlords on how to carry out spring property maintenance despite the continued Covid-19 restrictions.