Home emergencies can happen anytime, leaving you without electricity, heating, or water. If you don’t have home insurance or can’t add home emergency cover to an existing policy, a standalone plan could put your mind at ease since you’ll know who to call for assistance if something unexpected occurs. Independent insurance providers, utility companies, banks, and other companies offer home emergency cover, and we outline the best plans from the top providers below.
Boilers keep your home warm and ensure you have access to hot water, so it’s essential to keep them in good working order. Boiler cover and maintenance plans may offer peace of mind if something does go wrong and ensure you know who to call to get the problem fixed as soon as possible. Many companies and manufacturers offer boiler cover or maintenance plans, and we outline the best plans from the top providers below.
One in five Brits don’t take out insurance when they go abroad and that’s despite the sizeable number of benefits and safeguards that these policies offer to both travellers and holidaymakers.
One reason behind that might be best summed up in this Financial Times headline – “travel insurance: so complicated, you’ll need a holiday”. So, how do you choose the best travel insurance policy or best holiday insurance to suit your needs and your budget?
Best travel insurance – guide prices
Each travel insurance policy varies in both price and coverage. The current leading companies in the insurance market include:
Like council tax and the TV licence fee, home insurance is one of those items you have to spend money on—even though you might not want to. Home insurance covers you if something serious happens to your home (such as damage, a fire, or a flood) or to your belongings.
There are so many home insurance providers. It can be tough to figure out what different companies offer, how much they charge, and ultimately, choose a policy that’s right for you.
We break down the costs of home insurance, look at what affects home insurance costs, offer suggestions on how you could save money, and answer some Frequently Asked Questions.
More than half of British homes have a pet – cats are the most popular followed closely behind by dogs. They’re fun-loving, affectionate, and proper members of the family.
We feel worry and anxiety when they are ill and this is closely followed, for pet owners without insurance, with more worry and anxiety about the vet bills we incur to make them well again. In fact, according to a report in the Wall St Journal, a quarter of our cats and dogs have pet insurance taken out for them.
What’s the best way to find the right breakdown cover for your car or vehicle? Do you apply direct, use a price comparison site, or look through the thousands of car breakdown cover reviews available online?
There are now more car breakdown companies than ever before meaning that competition to provide the top breakdown cover policy at the best price is intense. And it’s always worth shopping around because, as was reported in the Express, “drivers (are being) hit with a 124 per cent price increase” with the AA when they renew for a second year’s cover.