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Make sure your landlord knows about emergency cover.
All responsible landlords want to make sure that their property is always in good working order. But sometimes, things can go wrong – and when they do, it’s good to know that they have Landlords Emergency Cover and Home Emergency Cover in place.
Both of these insurance policies offer comprehensive protection for a wide range of domestic problems and breakdowns, both at their own residential property and at their buy-to-let. So, whether it’s a burst pipe or a faulty boiler, you and them can rest assured that we’ll be there to help get things back on track.
Take out a single policy for £129*
Pay £199* for both policies together (Landlords Emergency Cover and Home Emergency Cover).
✓ Main Source of Heating
Complete failure to function or breakdown of the main source of heating in your let property.
✓ Domestic Electric or Gas Supply
Complete failure of the domestic electric or gas supply in your let property.
✓ Internal Plumbing and Drainage
Failure, blockage, leak or damage to the internal plumbing and drainage system in your let property.
✓ Toilet Unit
Failure, blockage, leak or damage to the toilet bowl or cistern in your let property.
✓ Pest Infestation
An infestation of pests causes a health or safety risk or damage to your let property.
✓ Windows, Doors and Locks
Failure to function or damage to the external doors, windows or locks in your let property.
✓ Lost or Broken Keys
The keys to your let property are broken, lost or locked inside your property and there is no immediate access to a spare set.
✓ Roof Damage
Damage caused to the roof of your let property due to adverse weather conditions or fallen trees.
✓ Overnight Accommodation
Reimbursement of the cost of one night’s accommodation (room and transport only) for your tenant(s) if your let property is uninhabitable following an emergency covered under this insurance.
✓ Nil Excess