Some home insurance contents policies will pay for accidental damage to TVs, CD or DVD players and other home entertainment equipment.
However some companies may require you to pay an additional amount to cover things like DIY mishaps and spilling red wine on the sofa.
By 'valuables' we mean non-household goods. For example:
- jewellery (including costume jewellery)
- other things made of gold, silver or precious metals
- cameras, camcorders or binoculars
- paintings and other works of art
- collections, such as stamps, coins or medals
†Based on a survey of 622 customers
†† If your home becomes uninhabitable due to damage as specified in your Buildings and Contents Insurance policy.
*Policy limits apply, including legal liability, single items and total valuables limits.
**If Buildings and Contents Cover selected.
^ For new customers purchasing online. Minimum premiums apply. Discount is automatically applied when you get a quote
Terms, conditions, limitations, exclusions and eligibility acceptance criteria apply.
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