Moving House – Home Insurance For A Bigger House

So many wont know but we cross fingers in the next few months shall be moving to a bigger home, we certainly need it, with 2 kids and Grayson many pieces of equipment and Addy’s growing number of toys.

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Moving From This To….

If you like us you are about to move – particularly a bigger home – you likely have a lot of things to be excited about. To begin with, moving into a bigger home is always a comforting step to a family, as it allows us more space to enjoy, decorate and make feel like home. Additionally, however, there are a few concerns to take care of as you prepare for your move. A larger home environment requires more care and maintenance, and for all of the luxury it offers, it also means that you need to be more diligent and a responsible homeowner. For example, moving into a bigger home is usually a good time to make sure that your Aviva Insurance policy is updated and thorough. Home insurance is more necessary than ever one you’ve moved into a larger home – here are a few reasons why.

More Damage Potential

It seems a bit simple to say so, but the most basic way in which a larger home necessitates thorough home insurance is that there is simply more potential for damage. A larger home means more space, more windows, and more property that could experience major damage during storms, accidents or another unfortunate event. The bottom line is, you simply have “more house” that could experience damage, which theoretically raises the probability that you will at some point need to rely on your insurance to help cover repair costs. Larger homes can be more difficult to maintain without incident.

Target For Theft

It’s a bit grim to acknowledge, but in many cases larger homes are targeted more frequently for break-ins and theft. Thieves and criminals are always hoping to maximize their potential gains from breaking into houses, which means they often target larger properties, because they assume they will find more valuable possessions. Of course, we all hope that we are never targeted, and that if you we are, our home security protect us and our home from harm. However, you can never be too careful, and home insurance can be very helpful when dealing with a theft.

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More Free Space

Finally, particularly if you have children in your family, you will want to consider the fact that a bigger home has more space, and it is harder to watch the kids. Unbeknownst to many (including myself until recently), home insurance can actually cover personal injury to visitors in your home, which can save you from burdensome costs. So, if you have kids and they have friends over, you may be comforted by having a thorough home insurance policy, as you can’t always keep an eye on the kids. For that matter, even if you host a party or event at your home, your own visitors will not always be right in front of you. Compensating for this lack of personal observational control can be a good idea in a bigger home.

So all in all Home Insurance now that we are looking at moving to a bigger house although will rise is still so important, maybe even more so now our family keeps growing. Another item to add to the long to do list.

 

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  • Jenny Paulin

    We are about to move too we have to be out of our house by the 17th infact!! I am excited but not looking forward to the packing and unpacking especially as we have to live I temporary accommodation for a couple of months as our new house won’t be ready to move into til then!! Good luck with your move x