09:13 13 July 2013
Recently it was brought to the public’s attention that the severe weather in the UK could cause issues for those who joined the Green Deal in making homes more economical. The heat has no outlet and is retained inside the home acting like an oven and potentially causing death, according to reports.
There are changes being made to resolve the issue, but this is a perfect example of why a person should have building insurance, even if your mortgage company does not require it.
Here are a few benefits of building insurance that might come in handy:
Extremes of any kind take a toll on building materials, regardless of how sturdy a structure is. In addition to the wear on a structure, the extreme heat could cause fires in areas that would not typically be fire zones and such problems can spiral out of control, consuming many homes before burning out or being successfully controlled. The cost of rebuilding a home might not be possible for many people without protection like building insurance.
Always make sure you have enough building insurance to rebuild, and to cover any accidents to people.
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