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  • Legal service cover
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    Our customers have told us that they find legal matters complicated and difficult to understand. As a result we have put together some information which you might find useful in understanding how the ...
    Last updated: 30/11/2016
  • What kind of property do you cover?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    We can only cover homes that meet the following criteria: Will cost up to £500,000 to rebuild Has up to £100,000 worth of contents Has a maximum of 5 adults and/or 5 children living there Hasn’t...
    Last updated: 10/04/2017
  • Do I need to increase my valuables cover?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    If your valuables are worth more in total than the amount shown on your Policy Schedule or quotation, then you might need to increase the cover for valuables on your policy. You can update this by fo...
    Last updated: 06/12/2016
  • Do you cover carpets?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    If you have a contents policy, we’ll cover your carpets for our standard risks. We don’t cover accidental damage as standard. If you wish to be covered for accidental damage to your carpets, you’ll n...
    Last updated: 06/12/2016
  • What is pedal cycle cover?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    If you have a contents policy, you can choose to add pedal cycle cover to cover any bicycles you own in and away from the home. All household pedal bikes will be covered for theft, accidental loss or...
    Last updated: 06/12/2016
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Policies are underwritten and administered by Aviva Insurance Limited. Registered in Scotland, No. 2116. Registered Office: Pitheavlis, Perth PH2 0NH. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.