Historic Property Insurance Explained.
Why you may require a more specialist policy
Ensuring that the beauty and integrity of the property continues
By having more than 40 years’ experience within the insurance sector, we know that all properties are unique and this especially extends to properties that aren’t of standard construction, whether that be because they are listed, thatched or heritage.
It is a lot easier to insure a historic property as almost all insurance companies will take on the policy no questions asked. However, a home with heritage may require a more specialist policy so that in the event of a claim, the homeowner has peace of mind knowing that the property will be repaired on a like-for-like basis.
By having a specialist insurance policy in place via a company that not only understands but also shares the love that you have for these beautiful buildings, you, the homeowner, can guarantee that in every eventuality, there is someone to help.
Historic properties can be anything from a pre-war manor house in the countryside to a semi-detached Victorian terraced house in the middle of a city, with features such as leaded light windows or timber frame on the exterior. No matter what these properties look like they are all full of character and unique in their own way, which subsequently makes them very sought after.
Here at Listed Property Protection, we pride ourselves on providing the most personal service to our clients whenever they need it. Whether that be for a quotation at 8:30am or some advice at 7:30pm we are here to help. It is never a chore for us to discuss these types of properties as we are as interested in them as our clients are.