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  • What do you cover as standard on my home policy?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    As standard, we'll cover damage to your property from: Fire and smoke damage Explosion Lightning Earthquakes Storm and flood damage Riot, civil commotion, strikes, labour and political disturb...
    Last updated: 20/03/2019
  • How much contents insurance do I need?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    We’ll calculate an approximate contents replacement cost based on your postcode, property type, and the amount you enter for the total value of your contents. We’ll then provide you with a sum insure...
    Last updated: 20/03/2019
  • Do I need to specify my computer?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    We'll cover your computer as standard for loss or damage as a result of insured events listed here. If you take out our limited accidental damage cover, we'll cover you for accidental damage to compu...
    Last updated: 20/03/2019
  • What's a policy excess?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    An excess is an insurance term for the sum of money you'll need to pay if you have to make a claim. You must pay your excess before we can deal with/settle your claim. Your total policy excess is co...
    Last updated: 08/04/2019
  • Does contents insurance cover accidental damage?
    Belongs to: My cover , Home insurance
    We have two levels of accidental damage under available under our products. Limited accidental damage cover insures you against accidental damage to your radios, television sets (including set top bo...
    Last updated: 20/03/2019
Insurance is arranged by Aviva UK Digital Limited trading as Quotemehappy.com. Registered in England No. 09766150. Registered Office: St Helen's, 1 Undershaft, London EC3P 3DQ. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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.