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  • Landlords Boiler Insurance Cover


  • Gas boilers
  • No excesses
  • No call-out fees
  • UK nationwide call-outs
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Landlords Boiler Insurance Cover

From just £5.42 per month.  No excess and No call-out charges.  No Price Hikes.  Stand Alone Landlords Boiler Insurance Cover or Home Emergency Policies with MUCH MORE than just boilers covered.

As a landlord, your priorities are ensure that all the features and facilities that you provide are in good working order and to quickly repair any major breakdowns and damages, like a broken boiler and resulting water damage, for example. The bad news is that boiler repairs (or replacement if the damage is severe) aren’t cheap, especially if you include call-out fees, parts and labour and installation costs for new boilers.

The good news is that offers both boiler cover as a stand alone insurance and home emergency insurance for landlords that includes emergency boiler cover.

Landlords Boiler insurance starts at £22.43 per month 
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Landlords Home Emergency insurance starts at £64.99 per year (just £5.42 per month)

It covers much more than just boilers and central heating systems.
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You can cover your gas boiler and benefit from quality repairs from approved technicians all over the UK. Boiler cover includes breakdowns, parts, labour and call-out fees, so you don’t have to worry about a thing.

Key Benefits of our Landlords Boiler Insurance

  • Three levels of cover – Silver, Gold and Platinum
  • No call-out fees
  • No excess
  • Gas boilers
  • A network of qualified and experienced boiler engineers throughout the UK (Gas Safe registered)
  • 14-day cooling off period
  • Approved repairs arranged for you, including parts and labour
  • Repairs only carried out by expert technicians
  • Nationwide call outs arranged across the UK
  • Quick to take out policy online
  • Quick response times


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