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NFU Mutual Thatch House Insurance
NFU understands that no two houses are the same, and they use this as part of their marketing, with a slogan " Whether you live in a town house, a listed building or a thatched cottage, we’ve got you covered"
What is NFU Mutual Thatch House Insurance
House or home insurance can be purchased together as combined buildings and content insurance. The buildings will protect the structure of the house and the all important thatched roof. Because this is a non standard house insurance, you must inform the potential insurance company that your buildings has a thatched roof.
Why choose NFU Mutual Thatch House Insurance
NFU Mutual Thatch Building Insurance Cover Includes
With NFU mutual, you can choose to only purchase buildings insurance. NFU Mutual thatch buildings insurance purpose is to cover the cost of rebuilding your property including the thatch roof plus fixtures and fittings.
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Who Else provides Thatch Property Insurance
With the growing popularity of thatching, there are now many Insurance companies that specialise in
Check Policy Exclusions & Limitations
Most if not all thatched home insurance polices have a limit on how long a property can be left vacant and still have cover. With some providers, the policy will not cover any claims if the property has been left empty for 30 consecutive days. Special
Thatched Roof FAQ's
The cheapest type of thatch to insure is made with Norwich reed, which is the hardest wearing type of thatch.
Thatch on a roof can last anywhere from twenty to sixty years before needing at least partially replacing. This depends mostly on the quality of the materials used, as well as the quality of the thatchers that installed the roof.
There are measures you can take, such as agreeing not to use an existing wood fire, installing high-end smoke detectors, and updating your electric certificate. Other measures can be talked about and negotiated with your insurer.
Thatched home insurance shoppers will expect to pay more for a thatch roof home insurance policy, than their slate or tile roof counterparts. That is a simple fact that comes down to a few key factors that make thatch roof houses more likely to incur a loss or for that loss to cost a bit more. Some but not all factors at play are the flammable materials, expensive labour costs and the requirement of extensive maintenance.
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