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Buying a house is probably one of the most important investments you can make. This is an investment in your comfort and lifestyle. However, as any material asset it is vulnerable to numerous perils like theft, fire and other misfortunes. Home insurance always supports you and allows you to cover significant expenses that may become a heavy burden if your home is not properly insured.

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Own home primary residence STANDARD

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Own home primary residence ALL RISK

Get the maximum protection for your home. All accidental risks are duly covered.

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All these troubles and many more may be covered with an appropriate home insurance

COVERAGE OWN HOME PRIMARY RESIDENCE STANDARD OWN HOME PRIMARY RESIDENCE ALL RISK
Fire
Water damage
Electrical damage
Glass and porcelain
All risk accidental damage
Sanitary ware
Solar panels
Glass ceramic panels
Water consumption excess
Unblocking pipes
Spoilage of food in refrigerator
Aesthetic damage
Garden reconstruction
Garden furniture
Locksmith
Burglary
Theft
Jewelry and other valubales
Fraudelent use of cards
Robbery in the street
Civil liability
Legal expenses
Natural phenomena

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