OUR HOME INSURANCE ADDITIONAL COVER OPTIONS ADD UP TO BETTER BUSINESS FOR YOU
What could be better than extended cover for your customers? With our range of three additional cover options to our Rainbow Home Insurance policy, you’re well equipped to meet your customers needs and bring more value to your customer relationships whilst increasing your commission.
Understanding exactly what is and isn’t covered under their standard home insurance, may be confusing for a customer. For example, if your customer damaged their laptop or lost their iPhone while they were on their way to work, would they be covered under their standard home insurance? They may think they are, yet the reality is that they would only be covered if they have personal possessions cover in place.
Use our Customer Flyer - Personal Possessions Cover (PDF: 1336KB) to introduce this additional cover option to your customers and help them avoid any surprises should they need to make a claim.
If your customer has insured their contents with us, they can choose additional cover for valuables in and away from the home, anywhere in the UK and for up to 60 days in any insurance year for the rest of the world. It also lets your customers choose the type and value of possessions they want to insure including:
Your customers can extend both their buildings and contents insurance to protect against every day accidents, like driving a nail through a pipe or spilling a glass of red wine on the carpet.
With pressure on family budgets, many of your customers may have been cutting back on what they may see as Insurance extras. However, it’s important for you to highlight that this saving can in fact be a false economy and customers can end up regretting not having that little bit of extra security.
Covers the costs of pursuing or defending certain legal proceedings in the UK up to £50,000.
Please note that Rainbow Home Insurance is designed to cover certain unforeseen events and doesn't cover everything. It does not cover things like general wear and tear or damage that happens gradually over a period of time. There is also an excess on each claim.