Home insurance protects your home and its contents. It is essential to enable you to recover financially in the event of an unforeseen event such as a fire or theft. There are two parts to home insurance, buildings insurance which covers the structure and fittings of your home, while house contents covers your possessions.

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How much do you know about home insurance?

  • Underfloor heating offers a convenient way to heat small rooms. Does your home insurance cover this if it stops working?

  • You move home in the middle of your policy. Can you take your insurance with you?

  • Your child is playing in the house and accidentally throws a ball at the TV and breaks it. Does your insurance cover this?

  • Your computer breaks and you are unable to access any of the digital downloads on it. Does your insurance cover this?

  • The roof to your house develops a leak and over time this causes damage to the decorations to the room below. Does your insurance cover this?

What you need to know about Home Insurance:

  1. What does home insurance cover?
  2. How much contents insurance should I have?
  3. What is buildings insurance?