Home emergency quotes
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About your home
Are you looking for a home owner or landlord policy?
Home owners are usually responsible for the maintenance and protection of items covered by Home Emergency Assistance. This includes both mortgaged properties, and those owned outright.
Home owners are usually responsible for the maintenance and protection of items covered by Home Emergency Assistance. This includes both mortgaged properties, and those owned outright.
  • Home owner
  • Landlord
Is this your main residence?
Please only answer yes if this property is where you spend the majority of your time and consider it to be your home.
Please only answer yes if this property is where you spend the majority of your time and consider it to be your home.
  • Yes
  • No
Please tell us your house number or name
Please note we can only quote for UK addresses. If you are having problems with your postcode not being recognised, please make sure that you have not used the letter 'O' as the number zero.
Please note we can only quote for UK addresses. If you are having problems with your postcode not being recognised, please make sure that you have not used the letter 'O' as the number zero.
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Please tell us your postcode and select 'Find my address'
What type of building do you want to cover?
If your flat / apartment is across more than one floor, such as a maisonette, please select 'Other'.
If your flat / apartment is across more than one floor, such as a maisonette, please select 'Other'.
About your cover
When would you like your cover to start?

Cover start date

Tell us when you'd like your cover to start. If you have existing cover it's worth checking when the policy expires, otherwise there may be a gap in your cover.

Please note: Your cover start date must be within 30 days of today as most providers will not let you buy a policy starting any later than this. Some providers may not be able to guarantee the start date you have selected, please see your chosen providers terms and conditions for further information.

Cover start date

Tell us when you'd like your cover to start. If you have existing cover it's worth checking when the policy expires, otherwise there may be a gap in your cover.

Please note: Your cover start date must be within 30 days of today as most providers will not let you buy a policy starting any later than this. Some providers may not be able to guarantee the start date you have selected, please see your chosen providers terms and conditions for further information.

Please select what home emergency cover you require:
  • Boiler
  • Heating
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
Would you like an annual boiler service as part of the policy?

Annual service

Your boiler should be serviced annually to ensure it's working properly and safely.

Annual service

Your boiler should be serviced annually to ensure it's working properly and safely.

  • Yes
  • No
Has your boiler been serviced in the last 12 months?

Boiler service

In order for your boiler to be covered some providers may need evidence that it's been serviced in the last 12 months. This can be a service receipt or a similar document.

Boiler service

In order for your boiler to be covered some providers may need evidence that it's been serviced in the last 12 months. This can be a service receipt or a similar document.

  • Yes
  • No
How old is your current boiler?
What make is your boiler?

What make is your boiler?

Your provider may want to know who built your boiler so they provide the best service for you, so if you know the manufacturer of your boiler select it here, if you don't know select "unknown".

What make is your boiler?

Your provider may want to know who built your boiler so they provide the best service for you, so if you know the manufacturer of your boiler select it here, if you don't know select "unknown".

Excess
Do you require a gas safety certificate?

Gas safety certificate

A gas safety certificate is also know as a CP12. By law all landlords must carry out gas safety checks at least once every 12 months and obtain the certificate/CP12.

Gas safety certificate

A gas safety certificate is also know as a CP12. By law all landlords must carry out gas safety checks at least once every 12 months and obtain the certificate/CP12.

  • Yes
  • No
About you
What is your first name?
What is your surname?
Please tell us your date of birth
Please tell us your main telephone number
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