Learn more about home insurance from Nationwide
Nationwide originated from a few co-operative building societies from around the UK, dating back to 1846.
After many mergers and acquisitions, it changed its name in 1970 to Nationwide Building Society. It's now the largest mutual financial institution in the world.
With Nationwide home insurance, you can buy your buildings or contents cover separately or as a combined policy.
If your building or personal possessions are damaged, your insurance cover will pay out for claims relating to:
It’ll also cover the costs of any claims you’re held responsible for - like if your roof tiles fall off on to a neighbours car.
Home insurance isn’t a legal requirement but it’s worth considering to protect yourself from high repair or replacement costs.