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Britannia looks to provide peace of mind all the way with our comprehensive package of insurance services. Not only can we provide an insurance product to suit your particular needs and the description of your goods, but we can also match it to the destination that you are travelling to. Britannia insurance products have been developed to provide customers with a range of choices to suit all requirements that most customers expect.
Of course, we hope that insurance claims will not be necessary on a Britannia move. At Britannia we go out of our way to apply the best packing and loading technique so that if any damage to your goods does occur, it’s kept to an absolute minimum. However, since European and international removals take more time and are carried out over longer distances, it does make damage more of a possibility.
In this case Britannia strongly suggests our customers take out some form of insurance. While Britannia is able to provide comprehensive cover for all of our moves, you may make alternative arrangements. Indeed on confirming with your Home Insurance policy you may feel adequately covered. If this is the case Britannia may request to see a copy of your insurance prior to your move or shipment. Please note, for customers’ benefit, Britannia reserves the right to decline to move your goods if we feel you do not have adequate insurance cover in place.
Do I need insurance when moving house?
It’s not esssential, but it is highly recommended, to make sure you are covered in both homes and for “goods in transit”. Britannia Movers offers a range of different insurance covers to suit all needs. As a responsible mover, insurance is something we encourage customers to take advantage of whether moving house within the UK or overseas.
Does house insurance cover removals?
Some home contents policies cover your domestic removals, however it is best to check the extent of the cover you have in place as there may be specifically defined terms and conditions applicable to the cover supplied. You should also check that your policy covers “goods in transit” as well as for loss or breakages if you have self-packed. Don’t forget to let your home insurance company know you are moving house and the date of the move, else you may not be covered.