Paddy Compare for home insurance in Ireland?
At Paddy Compare we understand that the home is where the heart is. Therefore it is very important to find the right home insurance to suit. With home insurance premiums on the rise it is vital that homeowners shop around and compare home insurance Ireland in order to get the best value for your money. Paddy will compare house insurance quotes from across Ireland to try and find you the quality cover that your home deserves.
Do I need home insurance?
There are two main types of household insurance policy: buildings insurance and contents insurance. Buildings insurance will cover the structure of your home in the event of fire, flood, subsidence, theft and falling trees. Contents insurance will protect your belongings against theft, fire and flooding. The average family of four will have contents of approximately €30,000 in value. Accidental damage and legal expenses cover are popular policy add-ons and should be discussed with your insurer if required. It is common practice to take out a combined buildings and contents insurance policy.
Compare home insurance quotes at Paddy Compare.
By completing our online home insurance comparison quote form, Paddy will find Ireland house insurance brokers and home insurers that can provide you with a cheap property insurance quotes that suits your circumstances. So whether you need basic house insurance, high net worth insurance, holiday home insurance, landlord insurance or student insurance you are in good hands. Even if your property is unoccupied, a listed building or has a thatched roof, Paddy can help. Simply enter a few details about yourself and a few details about your property and you could be saving money today.
Why Paddy Compare?
- Compare prices from local specialists
- Free and no obligation service
- Easy and fast to use
- Simple one-page quote forms
- Save money on your insurance
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