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Buildings Insurance Rebuild Valuation Service

Buildings Insurance Rebuild Valuation Service

‎Buildings should always be insured for the amount it would cost to rebuild them. However, fewer than one in ten household properties in the UK are covered correctly.

If you are over-insured you are probably paying too much for your buildings insurance. If you are under-insured, you face a reduced payout in the event of a claim. Insurance claims can be reduced by hundreds of thousands of pounds due to under-insurance.

Getting someone to visit your property to carry out a professional assessment can be time-consuming and very expensive. However, thanks to our partnership with RebuildCostASSESSMENT.com we can offer you a reliable low-cost service from a ‘Regulated by RICS’ (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) organisation.

You’ll receive a comprehensive Rebuild Cost Assessment (RCA) report guiding you on how much you should insure your buildings for.

This is a fantastic and affordable online service which can protect you from the potentially severe consequences of underinsurance.

To get a FREE no obligation Building Insurance quote:

Call us on 0800 084 2325

Contact us today for a FREE quote

0800 084 2325


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