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Put your house on AXA

Category: Home insurance

Updated: 18/06/2009
First Published: 18/06/2009

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Consumers looking for extensive cover for their homes that can be tailored to suit their individual needs are likely to see the value of AXA's home insurance.

A blanket total of £60,000 is offered for contents, while rebuild costs up to £1 million are guaranteed. As such, there is no need to calculate exactly how much money would be needed should the worst happen, as long as it is less than these sums.

Generous valuable limits – items are covered up to £24,000 in total, with the maximum set at £12,000 per object – are also an advantage.

Green fingered homeowners can also take comfort from the total garden cover AXA Home Insurance offers. From furniture right down to plants, the contents of a garden are insured.

Not everybody's needs are the same; this has been recognised by flexible add-ons to suit a range of personal needs.

These include a choice between Essential or Plus, which determines the level of cover available, bicycle cover, home emergency, identity theft and personal possessions, giving protection on all possessions wherever you are in the world.

Consumers have the choice to spread their annual payments by paying their premium on a monthly basis.

Currently, AXA is offering a 50 per cent discount on its home insurance to anybody who applies online for buildings and contents insurance together when with five years no claims.

If a claim has been made, a 20 per cent discount is still available to those applying online.

Disclaimer: Information is correct as of the date of publication (shown at the top of this article). Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.

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