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Landlords Appliance Insurance

Cover Multiple Appliances in Your Rental Properties

One of the most important responsibilities landlords have is maintaining their rental property and that includes the appliances in a furnished property. Not only can this be time consuming, especially if you have more than one property, but it can also be quite expensive. That’s why landlords choose comprehensive insurance policies, to ensure they’re covered in the event of home emergencies and when appliances breakdown. Surewise.com’s landlords appliance insurance policies provide several options.

You can choose to cover all of your appliances (up to a maximum value) or you can simply cover the most valuable or essential appliance. You benefit from rapid response times and quality repairs from our network or approved technicians and engineers throughout the UK. We’re proud that 80% of all faults are fixed within 3 days of your call. That should keep your tenants happy and your stress levels low!
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Key Benefits of our Landlords Appliance Insurance

  • Multi-Appliance Cover can add many appliances to one policy
  • Cover for parts, labour and call-outs
  • Add different appliance brands and types to one policy
  • Different payment plans available – monthly and annual
  • Choose between 3 levels of cover: Bronze, Silver and Gold
  • All brands covered. Simply pick your make and model.
  • Unlimited number of repairs
  • Repairs guaranteed for 12 months
  • Cover extends to appliances more than 8 years old
  • Only a 14-day moratorium on claims
  • 14-day cooling off period

Cover options

  • Landlords single appliance cover starts at £6.58 per month.
  • Landlords multi-appliance cover starts at £10.99 per month.

Cover is available for a wide range of appliances, including washing machines, tumble dryers, fridges, freezers, cookers, vacuum cleaners, food processes, coffee machines, home cinema equipment, irons, kettles, games consoles and dishwashers – and more.

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