All insurance is not created equal. While contents insurance is a sound financial investment for any householder or tenant, ordinary contents insurance may not provide you with the cover you need if you have high-value items in your home.
Limitations on standard household insurance means that ‘big ticket’ items are often excluded from standard home insurance policies. Unfortunately, most people don’t realise that their jewellery, artworks or even vintage wine collection are uninsured – until they make a claim.
Getting the right policy for you
At Park Insurance, our specialist knowledge and expertise in finding bespoke insurance packages means that we can offer you a high net worth household insurance policy that covers all your high-value goods with a single policy. This makes it easier to insure high-value items and gives you the peace of mind you want and the assurance that you won’t be left out of pocket should the worst happen.
It is estimated that more than half of all households are under-insured. By taking out an additional policy that covers high-value items you’re ensuring that all of your property is protected, and not just the ‘standard’ household items covered by an average home contents policy.
Is High Net Worth Insurance right for me?
You don’t have to live in a manor house to take out high net worth contents insurance. A collection of jewellery that’s been handed down through the family may not be covered in your ordinary home contents insurance, so additional high net worth insurance works as a safety net to protect those items that are most valuable to you.
Find out more
This type of specialist insurance can often be difficult to track down, so let us do the hard work for you. At Park Insurance our specialist advisers have the contacts, the experience and the expertise to bring you the very best in specialist insurance policies. We’re regulated by the FCA and because we’re entirely independent, we’re not obliged to recommend any particular policies so you know that the advice you get from us is completely impartial. Contact us now for more details or use our ‘Get A Quote’ function for an instant, no-obligation quotation.
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