Increasing security can reduce premiums
Unoccupied property insurance is likely to specify a minimum standard of security on window and door locks. You may be able to reduce premiums by measures such as going beyond those minimum standards, or installing a burglar alarmSean Davies, Gocompare.com
Beware of burst pipes
Burst pipes are caused by water in them freezing and expanding, so when the mercury drops, it's important that you don't let this happen. A burst water pipe can cause horrific damage to your home and can lead to your whole house being floodedKristian Dando, Gocompare.com
How can we help you with unoccupied property insurance today?
Get buildings or buildings and contents insurance quotes for unoccupied property, including houses awaiting sale, probate or refurbishment, plus second homes.
There's no single item contents limit, and cover is available for water damage, subsidence, theft and damage.
Just click the 'Get Quotes' button at the top of this page and you'll be taken to Towergate Connect, our preferred provider for unoccupied property insurance.
There you'll find more information on the type of insurance you've selected before being invited into the simple-to-use quotes process.
Did you know...?
- Policies are designed to provide cover on a temporary basis for properties left vacant for 30 days or more
- Increasing security measures could bring down premium prices
- Weather accounts for the largest percentage of home insurance claims in the UK
You'll be asked for information on who the policy's for and on the property that's to be covered, and whether you require just buildings insurance or buildings and contents cover.
On the quotes page you'll be presented with different levels of cover options, plus choices on the length of the policy and on whether to add legal expenses cover.
To find out more about the key areas you need to consider, read our unoccupied home insurance guides, including our frequently asked questions on the subject.
You'll get information on such things as when you might need to consider unoccupied property policies, the factors affecting the calculations of premiums and the main exclusions you need to look out for.