Category: Building insurance

The low down on powering up your home



The low down on powering up your home

Remember when electricity didn’t cost an arm and a leg? Seriously, electricity has started taking a heftier chunk out of our budgets than ever before.

Sure, you can go for the quick fix and invest in a generator, but this isn’t your only option and it probably isn’t your best long-term solution. At King Price we’re all about finding ways to make your life better and now, we’ve got the low down on how to power up your home with the most renewable energy source available… Solar power.

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The fuss about your insurance benefits



Get the most out of your assist insurance benefits

It’s super important to consider price and what it is exactly that you’re covered for when you’re in the market for insurance. But that’s not the only thing. You should also consider the insurance benefits you get with your cover. You know, the nice-to-have’s. The cherry-on-top’s.

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Home contents and building insurance – what’s the diff?



I hear a lot of people say: “What is building insurance? Do I need it? And if so, surely I don’t need home contents insurance too?”

And then sometimes they say “Who are you, why are you wearing a crown, and and how did you get onto my property?” But let’s ignore that part for now…

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Applying for a bond – Can you select your own building insurance?



Building insurance is an essential aspect of owning property with a structure on it. No matter if it’s your weekend getaway spot or the house you live in, having it insured is of the utmost importance.

For the sake of clarity, this type of insurance covers any built structures including your home, garages or outbuildings – should they get damaged in anyway. Most people think they can do without it until it’s too late.

When you are planning to apply for a bond from your bank, you should be aware that they usually require your property to be insured. Financial institutions require this as it reduces their risk in giving you a loan.

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