Insurance Tips.

Calling all protectors of prized possessions. Want to be a superhero for your assets? Be sure to follow 1.618 STS’ Insurance Tips! You can also find it on our social media under #InsuranceTipOfTheWeek. Here are a few, to give you a better view. For vehicles, ensure your trusty tracking devices are in tip-top shape and install a backup unit for your noble steed. Don't forget to activate the alarm when you're away from your fortress and, for the art aficionados, assess their true worth to save the day. Guard your secret identity by shielding your personal information from evildoers. Reevaluate your homeowner's insurance policy to match your castle's current value. And for those harnessing solar power, defend against electrical surges. Finally, maintain your HVAC systems to prevent fiery disasters. And remember, building insurance is your trusty sidekick for both homes and businesses.

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Building Insurance is Always a Great Idea.

When it comes to your roof and gutters, regularly check for signs of damage, loose, or missing shingles. Clean gutters to prevent water leaks, moisture build-up, and potential structural damage. To protect your solar power investment, install power surge protection. This will prevent unexpected electrical surges from damaging your valuable asset at home or in your business.

Your Home is One of Your Most Valuable Assets.

Regularly inspect your home for signs of damage or hazards, such as leaks or mould. Fix any issues promptly to prevent further damage and protect your belongings from harm. It is always a great idea to keep your property clean and well-maintained to prevent accidents and injuries. To ensure efficiency and prevent malfunctions or fire hazards, clean and service your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems regularly. Maintaining your property reduces the likelihood of unexpected incidents and protects your belongings. It could also potentially reduce insurance claims.

Cyber Insurance is Your Friend.

Be cautious with your personal information, including your ID number, credit card numbers, and other sensitive data. It is highly recommended that you refrain from sharing this information on any online platform or over the phone and also; it is advisable to keep a regular check on your credit report to detect any unusual activity.

Taking Care of Your Car.

The insured is responsible for ensuring that their tracking devices are regularly checked to comply with policy conditions. To comply with multiple insurers' requests, please have a secondary tracking unit installed if necessary for your vehicle.

Regularly Review your Homeowner’s Insurance Policy.

Life is full of unpredictable changes that we must learn to navigate. One way to ensure that your property is adequately covered is to reassess your policy, which will help you determine the current replacement cost.

Consider any recent renovations or improvements that may have increased its value. Perform yearly inventory checks to mitigate risks. Ensure coverage for fire, theft, natural disasters, and liability protection. It is important that you take the time to evaluate the liability coverage that is included in your policy.

For the Art Aficionados...

Need to protect your prized artwork or collectables? Then you need to ensure that their value is correctly assessed.

1.618 Short Term Solutions caters to the High Net Worth Individual and their assets.

Let us help you ensure that your prized belongings are correctly covered, stored, and assessed:

Safeguard your Home from Electrical Surges.

To protect your investment in solar power for your home or business, it's crucial to shield it from unexpected electrical surges. Don't forget to have power surge protection set up. It's non-negotiable. Maintain compliance certificates and update replacement values to ensure adequate insurance coverage.

Stay Proactive, Stay Protected.

It’s getting chilly!

Ensure efficiency and prevent malfunctions or fire hazards by cleaning and servicing your HVAC systems. Regular property maintenance can minimise unexpected incidents, protect belongings, and possibly decrease insurance claims. Building insurance is crucial for protecting your home or business financially in the event of unexpected incidents.