It is always worthwhile to take time to check whether you are paying too much at renewal for your home insurance.
Everyone has busy lives, but take time to check what you paid last year for your home insurance and then check to see what the current market price is for your home. If you are paying by direct debit it is so easy to just not put time aside to check your premium and without doing anything the insurance just rolls on for another year. Insurance companies love people like that and it is an easy way for the insurer to hike the premiums by small monthly amounts each year. After a few years though you will find that you are paying over the odds for your home insurance.
A friend recently advised that they had been with the same insurer for six years and had never bothered to check the renewal premium and the monthly direct debit just kept rolling on and on. They were shocked when this year when they put some time aside they halved the premium for exactly the same cover. They were glad that they had taken the action this year, but annoyed that they did not take action several years ago, Unfortunately, they have ended up paying over a thousand pounds in premiums that they could have saved over this period.
The other point that they made was that they were amazed at how quickly they obtained a quote fromwww.insurescotland.com and due to the quote and buy system, they set it up at the weekend when they had few minutes to spare.
It is understandable that they saved so much money after being with the same insurer for that length of time as insurers will offer their best prices to attract new customers. Whether you agree with this course of action or not it is a simple matter of fact.
My friends time would not have been wasted in any event as www.insurescotland.com has a price guarantee to save a minimum of 10% from your existing insurers premium ( providing like for like cover and subject to normal underwriting criteria).
In the end they save a much higher percentage off their existing home insurance premium. The cover was on a like for like basis.
Visit www.insurescotland.com and see how much you could save !!!!!!!!