Worried about whether your buildings are adequately insured?

Do you lose sleep worrying about what would happen if your home was seriously damaged by a fire or flood? Does that worry worsen when considering whether your buildings are adequately insured? Are you certain that your claim would be settled in full?

Sadly, these are very real concerns. In fact, chartered surveyors Barrett Corp Harrington (BCH), found that more than 80% of the properties they surveyed were under-insured.

One Broker has the solution!

To give you the peace of mind and reassurance that any claim you make is processed and paid in full, One Broker has partnered with BCH to give you access to a Benchmark desk-based valuation  service. BCH will remotely assess your property using their expertise, multiple methods of calculation and variance checks, along with their site-based survey database, covering more than 50,000 locations, and industry-recognised data sources.

The report will give you a clear understanding of your property’s value and the appropriate levels of insurance required.

Suitable for homes of all types, it costs just £85+ VAT per single-site survey.

  • It can accommodate all domestic buildings including thatched properties.
  • It takes up to 5 working days to complete
  • There’s no need for a site visit, so it’s compliant with social-distancing measures

In return for accepting the valuation and increasing your sum insured to the recommended amount, we will:

  • Waive any premium increase until your next renewal date
  • Guarantee to not reduce the value of your claim payment for three years, should buildings value become an issue.

What’s next?

If you would like to go ahead with this offer, please follow the link below, scroll down to the Benchmark One Broker Partner Request Form and fill in the form and click “Submit Request”.  

Both you and One Broker will receive a copy and we will contact you if the valuation is higher than your current sum insured.

Request Valuation

This valuation service is not authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and therefore not covered by the Financial Ombudsman Service or Financial Services Compensation Scheme.