|Re: Home Contents Insurance
Group: uk.rec.motorcycles · Group Profile
Author: Bear Date: Sep 23, 2008 10:57
In article eclipse.net.uk>, Vass
> "Bear" gmail.com> wrote in message
>> I've just never bothered before, on account of never having more than a
>> few thousands worth of stuff, but I had a quick totting up session last
>> night and scared myself.
>> So who's good? I want new-for-old (does everyone do that now?), and
>> accidental breakage cover when outside for the iPod and, more
>> importantly, the D300.
>> And if anyone's made a claim, can you say what they were like to deal
>> with? Ta.
>> Oh, and any other options I should look at? I'm new to this.
> Whatever value you come up with, double it, its never enough.
> I have a freind whos house was half burnt down by their kids having a party
> while they were on holiday. His £ 55,000 contents Ins didn't come close to
> replacing everything.
This is a one-bedroomed flat but yes, fair comment. I was staggered by
how much "stuff" I had.
As to inventories, I *really* don't want to faff about, so was thinking
of videoing a walk-round, and then burning the results to DVD, then
storing it off-site - is that a go-er of an idea?
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