The Met Office have issued weather warnings for high winds across Scotland which are in effect from Saturday through to Tuesday.
Storms are named to aid the communication of approaching severe weather, helping the public to be better placed to keep themselves, their property and businesses safe, Storm Ciara is the third named storm of the season which started in September.
Whilst Scotland is not expected to experience the worst conditions, property owners should be aware and prepared for possible damage to their properties.
Please note the following applies to our flat-owning customers only;
If your property experiences damage or water ingress please contact your Property Management Team who will provide information on how we can help you.
With persistent high winds forecast for several days, contractors may not be immediately able to access roofs to carry out repairs, however these will be arranged as soon as possible.
Information on emergency contacts can be found here, please be aware of the Terms and Conditions of these services and only utilise this service where absolutely necessary.
Where appropriate, an insurance claim for damage will be intimated on behalf of the collective homeowners.
If you experience internal damage you will need to intimate a claim directly. You can find more information about this here and details of your buildings insurance cover via the Documents area of your My H&P Web Portal or App (available on the App Store or Google Play).
In the wake of Storm Ciara, conditions are forecast to remain unsettled and very windy across the UK and it’ll turn colder with wintry showers and ice an additional hazard, as we head into the new week.
Where you are experiencing issues please keep in touch with your Property Management Team who are here to assist you.