We’re not known for our alpine slopes and ski resorts in the UK, which is why many keen skiers are investing in their own chalets abroad. Whether that’s in the French Alps, the Pyrénées or Scandinavia, ensuring that your chalet is protected all year round is crucial for your peace of mind. That’s where Park Insurance can help.
Expertise and experience
Independent, regulated and completely impartial, our specialist advisers have the expertise and experience to find you chalet insurance policies at a price to suit any budget. Whether you spend two weeks a year at your chalet or six months, we can ensure that your assets are protected all year round.
If you let your chalet out we can also put together a bespoke package that takes into account accidental or even deliberate damage by a third party. We can also find deals that cover you for loss of rental earnings if you are unable to let your chalet out for any length of time.
Cover for every eventuality
Mountain locations are susceptible to certain risks that ordinary home and contents insurance will not cover. The risk of damage by avalanche, or the fact that as most chalets are timber constructions there is an increased risk of damage by fire, means that they are often excluded from ordinary insurance, or incur exceptionally high premiums.
At Park Insurance our extensive network of contacts within the insurance industry means that we can find bespoke chalet insurance packages that won’t break the bank. We’re the broker of choice for many of the country’s largest insurers and are completely independent, so you know the advice you’re getting is impartial and accurate. We’re also regulated by the FCA, so you can be sure that our advisers are giving you approved and fair information, no matter what your requirements.
For more information on our bespoke chalet insurance policies contact us now, or use our ‘Get A Quote’ function for an instant quote with no obligation.
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