If you were suddenly faced with a household emergency, such as a burst pipe, faulty boiler or broken windows, it can be expensive to repair, replace or call in assistance to help fix the problem. With Home Emergency Insurance you can pay as little as £6.99 a month and have peace of mind that should something go wrong under your roof, it’s covered.
Our lifestyle insurance partners, Insurancefair, can provide our customers with fantastic home emergency cover including some of these benefits:
Whether you’re looking for a policy that covers your boiler, windows, roof or electricity supply, or even all of the above, make sure that you look into Home Emergency Insurance from Insurancefair. You can find out more by clicking here.
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At Insurancewith, we pride ourselves on putting the health of our customers first. So, when you’re ready to start travelling again, you can enjoy your holiday with peace of mind knowing that should you fall ill with the coronavirus during your trip, and require emergency medical assistance, you’re covered.
Following the news that Flybe have ceased all operations and gone into administration, Insurancewith would like to clarify what steps are available to policyholders.