When you say property insurance
Property insurance covers the building as such, whether it is a freehold or co-operative flat, a family home or a holiday home. When we talk about the building, we mean the roof, external walls, ceilings, gutters, walls, sheds, swimming pools and other ancillary structures.
Property insurance covers a wide range of risks, most commonly protecting against damage caused by fire, windstorm, landslide, explosion and, in some cases, flood.
Did you know that you will appreciate home insurance even if a vandal sprays your facade or breaks a window?
What to look out for when taking out property insurance?
The most important parameter for quality property insurance is correctly set policy limits. Their amount determines how much the insurance company will pay you in the event of an insured event. The higher the policy limits, the higher the price of the policy.