Specifically High Net Worth (i.e. High Value Contents / Art / Collections etc), Non Standard Construction, Listed and Thatched Undergoing Renovation/Repair/Extension (but not Self-Build) and many others.
£250 saving (we could’ve saved them £250 more, but they chose to select the lower excess option)
Community Hall with staff accommodation
Had a Property Owners in place with their Bank, but after a full review we found that the policy was unsuitable for their needs, so we placed on a Commercial Combined policy, with wider and more appropriate covers, for a saving of over £1,200
Listed Home with adverse claims history
A high-value Art Collection, and split occupancy (own home and self-contained let flat within the same building) – had an “off-the-shelf” Home policy, with no cover for the Letting aspect and a very low Single Article Limit for the Art Work, so we reviewed and placed on a High Net Worth product, with more and better covers, higher limits for the Art Work, cover for the Let flat, and all at £700 less than they were previously paying.
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