Household Insurance

We offer a wide range of standard and non-standard property insurance cover. Our range of owner occupier insurance provides full cover for homes and contents at highly competitive rates. 

Key Benefits:

  • Underwritten by leading UK insurers.
  • Legal Liability to the public of £2,000,000 covered as standard.
  • Cover available with or without contents.
  • Optional accidental damage cover.
  • Optional personal possessions cover.

We can also quote for non-standard risks:

  • Long term unoccupied properties with full perils.
  • Properties undergoing works and renovations.
  • Grade II Listed premises.
  • Previously underpinned properties.
  • Previously flooded properties.
  • Properties with 100% flat roof.
  • Properties that have been refused cover elsewhere in the past.
  • Properties of non-standard construction - wood, steel frame, plastic etc.
  • Customers with previous convictions.
  • Customers who run businesses from home, working or trading from home such as hairdressing and beauty, B&Bs, child-minding, video and photography productions etc.
  • All types of tenants including working, DSS, student, asylum seeker, HMO, bedsits and holiday homes.
  • High net worth.
  • People who have had insurance declined.
  • Commercial and residential mixed, for example flats above shops.
  • Standalone terrorism quotes for almost all properties, home insurance, landlords and commercial.
  • Non-continuous Insurance.

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    • Home insurance cover comes in two parts – buildings insurance and contents insurance. You can choose either one or both of these based on your needs.
    • Buildings cover insures your bricks and mortar for events like fire and weather damage, while contents cover could protect your belongings against problems like theft, damage and loss.
    • Buying a combined policy from the same insurer can often be cheaper than getting two separate policies.
    • If you’re a homeowner, most mortgage lenders insist you have buildings cover in place to protect their investment.
    • You don’t usually need buildings cover if you’re renting, but you may want contents insurance to help cover the cost of replacing your things if you suffer a loss.
    • The golden rule of voluntary excess is to make sure you know what you can afford to pay if you have to make a claim.
    • The more you agree to pay towards a claim, the less cost there would be for your insurer, so they may reduce your premium accordingly.
    • But beware – setting an unreasonably high voluntary excess may save you a few pounds on your premium in the short term, but if ever you need to make a claim, you could find yourself with a large bill to settle before your insurer will pay out.