When evaluating how much your contents are worth, it is essential that you do not under evaluate their worth. Although it may be more cost effective to under insure your possessions, under evaluating could result in your insurance provider not paying out when you need them to.
As we begin to move further and further into the depths of winter, so our reliance on our heating systems becomes ever greater. Unfortunately, boilers are not cheap to run and an uninsured breakdown could cost you thousands of pounds if you’re really unlucky.
The UK’s largest energy providers capitalise on our fear of losing hot water and heating by increasing prices of boiler breakdown cover year on year. By following this quick guide you could save up to £100 a year on boiler cover. So read on to find out how you could make a great saving.
Typically if you are living in rented accommodation, it is the responsibility of your landlord to insure the building, so as a tenant you are only required to pay for contents insurance. First of all you must work out under which category you fall. If you live alone, with your partner or with family members, then you do not require a specialist policy.