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Building and contents insurance

Post by topcat » Sat 03 Jun, 2017 2:01 pm

Hi all.

I'm in the process of leaving me two rented premises and buying a shop. I need to have building insurance in place for my mortgage. I've never looked into this before for a commercial property. Anyone out there have any recommendations for affordable cover for my shop, all my stuff within it and of course customers orders!

Thanks.

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Re: Building and contents insurance

Post by prospero » Sun 04 Jun, 2017 12:38 pm

Try NFU. :yes: :D

Some companies are iffy about commercial insurance and some don't do it at all.
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Re: Building and contents insurance

Post by Abacus » Tue 06 Jun, 2017 7:39 pm

Mine is with Allianz via a broker

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Re: Building and contents insurance

Post by Steve N » Wed 07 Jun, 2017 9:15 am

have you contacted your present insurance company for a quote, as they already know you.
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