Home Emergency Cover is vital in a crisis, especially for Landlords and homeowners. That’s why Alan Boswell Group, in conjunction with Intana, provides swift and effective assistance when a domestic emergency occurs. We offer landlords and tenants a reliable service, fully qualified engineers and a speedy, helpful response. The cover includes plumbing and drainage problems, failure of utilities, infestation of vermin and damage caused to external locks, doors or windows, rendering the property insecure.
We have worked with landlords and homeowners for more than 30 years and our Home Emergency Cover has evolved meet the needs of our clients. Many policies will limit usage of the policy and restrict what is classified as an emergency. Our policy provides wide cover, whether you are a homeowner or landlord with one or multiple properties.
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Defining what is a domestic emergency can be subjective. Here’s what’s covered by Home Emergency insurance:
This product is designed to be used in the event of a domestic emergency and is not a maintenance contract.
The definition used is: “An insured event that makes your home uninhabitable.” E.g. you can’t secure the property, can’t heat the property etc.
No, callouts are unlimited.
You can claim up to £500 per incident including parts, labour, material and VAT. Claims for alternative accommodation are capped at £100.
No, Home Emergency Cover can only be purchased if your own or let property is insured via Alan Boswell Group.
No, cover is only available for UK properties.
No, the policy only covers emergency repairs to the boiler.
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