Compare Thatchline Insurance
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As the name suggests, Thahatline specialises in providing insurance cover for thatched properties. They have been doing so for over 20 years. They pride themselves in providing that personal touch and will spend time with you to fully understand your specific insurance requirements.
Thatchline is part of the WF Risk Group, which is an independent, family owned and run business. They have access to a select panel of insurance brokers, and they will identify the insurance panel member that is best suited to best fulfilling your insurance requirements
Willis IRM buys Playle Russell (Special Risks) and Thatchline
Willis IRM is a Belfast broker bought the online brand Thatchline to expand its reach into the UK market. Thatchline, is based in Ashurst, Hampshire
About Thatchline Thatch Insurance
The website does not give any specific details about what is included in their thatched insurance policies, but they are a specialist in the thatched property insurance sector. As such, the polices that they do provide should be comprehensive and providing sufficient cover for the customer needs and circumstances.
Playle Russell (Special Risks) Ltd.
The Boldre Suite, Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst, Southampton, SO40 7AA
Registered in England (No: 03779860)
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Types of Thatch Covered by Thatchline Insurance
Like Prestige thatch insurance, Thatchline provides cover for properties that are fully or partially thatched. They also cover the full range of thatching materials that include water reed, wheat reed, long straw and fibre
Are thatched roofs expensive to insure?
Yes, properties with a thatch roof will be more expensive to insure than standard non-thatched houses, this is down to two key factors.
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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