Buildings and contents insurance

Combined buildings and contents insurance protects your home and valuables with one single policy should the worst happen.

Get a combined buildings and contents insurance quote online or talk to the specialists on 0844 692 8400^.

Why do I need home insurance?

Home insurance is split between buildings and contents insurance. Buildings insurance covers the structure of your home, fitted fixtures, out-buildings and anything permanently attached to your home for repairs and the cost of a rebuild. Contents insurance covers the items within your home including furniture, electronics and clothing.

According to the Association of British Insurers, 1 in 10 home owners make an insurance claim each year, reinforcing the need for adequate cover. A high quality policy can provide cover in a wide range of circumstances, including the theft or accidental damage of valuables as well as for the contents of your freezer in the event of a power cut.

Invariably the cost of replacing or repairing your building and your valuables far outweighs the cost of a combined home and contents insurance policy, making it essential for many people who want to protect their most precious assets. If you are a mortgage-holder, the providers will insist you take out a buildings insurance policy as a condition of your loan.

Over 50s home insurance

Staysure is a specialist in providing insurance for the over 50s market. We care about your home and possessions and want to ensure you get the quality of cover they deserve.

We work with leading insurers in order to provide you with great value for money building and contents insurance quotes. We can also offer cover for non-standard risk such as properties with a non-standard construction, listed properties, properties affected by subsidence, properties undergoing renovation and more.

Home Insurance

Talk to the Staysure team on 0844 692 8400^ who will be more than happy to help with any questions or queries or get a quote online.

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† Based on 60 responses to a Home Insurance Survey