People in Britain are convinced extreme weather conditions are here to stay, with 85% believing it has become the norm.
Flooded roads, fallen trees and damaged fences are no longer seen as rare occurrences. In fact, a quarter of 2,000 adults surveyed admitted they had been victims of flooding in some form.
Brits also estimate they’ve spent upwards of £790 in the last five years on repairs to their homes as a result of weather damage.
And more than one in 10 have had to spend more than £2,000 on weather-related restorations.
One in five are also planning changes to their home to combat the increasingly dangerous weather conditions – with a fifth planning on using sandbags to fight bad weather conditions.
And with an estimated 3,300 homes hit by extreme floods across the UK in recent months, 73 per cent believe the government need to do more to help people who suffer damage to their home from such circumstances.read more
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For our latest campaign, Andrews Sykes partnered with DTN – a global provider of independent weather insights – to uncover the days of the year where the UK is most likely to experience the best – and worst – weather.
This was calculated by collecting weather data from the last 30 years of weather data from local weather stations.
12 major cities in the UK were selected for the study, and a piece of consumer research, using OnePoll.com, was conducted to uncover further data about the types of weather Brits prefer best, which would inform how the 30 years of data from DTN was analysed.
With British hotels facing more competition than ever before, there is very much an onus on going the extra mile to keep customers happy. Many hotels in this country have not been designed with permanent air conditioning systems in mind so when summer strikes, proprietors endure a constant battle to keep visitors cool.
This was the situation one of our clients found themselves in after high temperatures left guest rooms and dining areas uncomfortably warm. The well-known hotel, based in London, sought a number of air conditioning units to ensure tourists and businesspeople were kept cool during their stay.