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Home contents insurance is easy with Crombie Lockwood. Whether you are flatting, own your home, rent or you’re a landlord, we have a home contents insurance policy that suits you. From comprehensive cover to basic cover, as a tenant, owner or landlord, you can get it all through us.
Contents insurance will protect your belongings from a wide range of events, including loss, theft, water damage, fires, earthquakes and more ...
The general rule is that if your house was turned upside down, anything that falls out of it is contents. So, contents insurance covers things like furniture, clothing, bedding, rugs, electrical items, whiteware and money. Some items have limited cover unless you specify them separately on your policy schedule, such as jewellery and artwork. If you have expensive stuff, tell one of our brokers so you're protected.
You’ve invested a lot of effort and money to get the possessions you value, so it’s worth insuring them with care. You need to make sure you have got the right amount of contents insurance cover: too much and you’re paying more than you need, too little and you may not get a payout at claims time.
We can compare contents insurance quotes for you and provide either 'new for old' replacement policies or 'indemnity value only' policies.
There are different types of contents insurance to choose from:
|Personal contents||Covering your contents for accidental loss and damage. We can offer new for old replacement policies or indemnity value only policies|
|Flatters contents||Defined events cover for home contents when you are flatting|
|Holiday home contents||Accidental loss and damage policy or defined events policy for your holiday home contents|
|Landlord contents||Defined events cover for contents you have left in the house for your tenants to use|
Our brokers are here to help you understand exactly how content insurance works and what you're insured for, and to get the cover you need for your possessions. We can help you assess your contents insurance, the limitations, the policies available and the costs. If you need to make a claim, our specialist claims team advocate for settlement on your behalf.
You need to make sure you keep your insurance company is up-to-date with your circumstances. If you’ve splashed out on new stuff, or have electronics that are worth more than your single item limit on your policy, you should let your broker know.