17 August 2017 : 

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Home Insurance

Although you don't take your home out on the road like a car, it's still open to all manner of accidents, criminal events and risks and for that reason there is a huge number of providers who can insure your property and most of the things in it. When you are thinking about home insurance it's important to differentiate between contents insurance and buildings insurance, although both are important.

Compare home insurance products using our comparison table, click the link below for a tailored quote or use the left hand navigation to find products suited to your needs.


 

Product
Name
Online
Discount
Max. Buildings
Cover
Max. Contents
Total & Per Item
Monthly Pay
Option
Product Name Online
Discount
Max. Cover
Buildings
Max. Contents
(Total & Per Item)
Pay Monthly
Option
 
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Please ensure that you fully read the terms & conditions of any product or policy before you decide to proceed and are fully aware of the total costs and the benefits and any exclusions or limitations applicable to the product or plan.

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