Why do you need Home Insurance?
Having Buildings and Contents insurance means your house and everything inside it is protected.
It covers loss or damage to your property and belongings in the case of fire, theft, and other unforeseen events
Having Buildings and Contents insurance means your house and your possessions are protected. It covers loss or damage to your property and belongings in the case of fire, theft, and other unforeseen events.
Buildings insurance covers the physical structure such as the floor, the walls and the roof.
Whereas contents insurance covers what can reasonably be removed. As a general rule, if you tipped the property upside down and gave it a little shake, it would be your contents that would fall out!
There are no fees to pay should you need to update your insurance policy.
There are no voluntary excess fees – this is an excess that some insurers charge on top of the mandatory excess so do check this if you are getting a quote elsewhere.
If you are buying, selling, renting or letting a property we will find the right insurance at the right price for your needs.
For additional peace of mind, we offer these extras
Provides cover for legal costs up to £50,000, in the event of a dispute with a neighbour, employer or tradesman. It also includes access to a free legal advice service to help with other legal issues.
Provides cover of up to £500 in case of an emergency such as a broken window, burst pipe or failure of the heating system. Claims can be reported 24/7.
Have more questions?
You can find out more about our home insurance cover by reading and downloading
For policies incepted or renewal on or after the 1st March 2021
Existing customer or need more help?
Our property insurance specialists at our call centre in Exeter handle all your quotes and customer service enquiries. Get in touch today on 01392 849750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to make a change to your policy, the great news is we don’t charge fees.
Opening Hours: Mon – Thur 9am – 6.30pm, Friday 9am – 5:30pm