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About house and home insurance

Insignificant policy but probably one of the most important any borrower has.



House insurance can be split into two products:-

Buildings insurance

Contents Insurance

Buildings insurance protects your house the bricks and mortar against insured risks such as fire flood subsidence earthquake etc.

Contents insurance protects your belongings and furniture also known as chattels against all of the above and also burglary theft etc.

Both policies can be extended to cover additional risks such as accidental damage, which would insure your television if someone spilt a drink over it by accident for example, or falling through the ceiling whilst in the loft.

Also you can protect high risk items such as bikes and tools in sheds and jewellery and credit cards whilst you are out and about.

Costs vary depending on amount to be insured, post code area and the policy holders previous claims experience.

If you would like a quote on buildings insurance, contents insurance or even a quotation for buildings and contents combined then you have two choices, you can either complete the quote application form below or alternatively we have an online quote system which will enable you to carry out a quote from a range of insurance providers and should you find a figure that you are happy with our system will allow you to apply online. To carry out an online quote click here > Free Quotation

Title
First Name
Surname
Date of birth
Email
Post Code
Contact number
Property type  
Buildings sum assured
Contents sum assured if applicable
How many years have you held insurance.
Have you made a claim in the last 5 years.
Do you require accidental damage option
Do you have Deadlocks fitted to all external doors, plus accessible windows fitted with key operated window locks?
Do you have a NACOSS approved burglar alarm.
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