A good Building and Contents policy will cover you for damage to your property and allow you to rebuild your life by replacing your possessions in the event of a crisis.
If you own your own home, or you’re a landlord, you’ll want Building Insurance which covers the structure of the property.
Contents Insurance protects your personal property such as furniture, electricals, clothing, jewellery and possessions. This can be bought separately if you are renting and don’t need both policies.
We also provide a number of specialist policies for high worth properties, those unoccupied or undergoing works, or buildings at risk of subsidence.
If your property is at risk of flooding, we can also offer you cover. Just ask our expert team when you call.
If you own your home, you will need to cover it, structurally. If you are renting, your landlord will have taken out buildings insurance for you.
It usually covers damage to fixtures and fittings too. So if you’ve got a fitted kitchen or bathroom, your insurance is likely to pay for any repairs you need.
- frost (unless it causes damage from a burst pipe)
- leaking gutters
- insects, birds and pests
You can’t normally claim for loss or damage which happens whilst your property has been left unoccupied for more than 30 or 60 days. Many insurers will let you arrange cover if you let them know in advance.
Storm damage to gates and fences is also unlikely to be covered.
Exclusions vary from one policy to the next.
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