Self Storage Insurance for your Home & Business goods

Self storage is a great option when you need to store goods from your home or businesses. Whether you are storing goods in the short or long term, you will require self storage insurance to protect against the specific risks associated with storage.

Self Storage Insurance is compulsory at most storage facilities, much of the insurance which is offered by storage providers provides poor value in comparison to insurance from a specialist provider like Store-Insure.

Our storage insurance policy is designed to offer complete protection for your items whilst they are stored away – providing peace of mind that your belongings are covered in case of theft, fire, flood, storm, pests and more.

Why choose Store-Insure for your storage insurance?

  • Five star rated service – our Trustpilot reviews from happy customers speak for themselves.
  • Thousands of happy customers - Storage insurance is our speciality, we have provided cover for thousands of people.
  • Instant confirmation of cover - Accepted by Safestore, Ready Steady Store, Access Self Storage, Big Yellow Self Storage and most other Storage Locations
  • Great value cover - most customers save money with us compared to cover offered by major storage providers.
  • Top rated insurance provider - cover underwritten by Certain Underwriters at Lloyds of London, one of largest and most respected financial institutions in the world.
  • Fuss free, friendly and efficient claims service - Our staff are not call-centre based and are on hand to provide individual service.
  • Wide acceptance criteria - we can cover good stored in external containers and deep storage as well as internal storage units.

Things to consider when taking out storage insurance...

  • Shop around - When looking at storage insurance, it is a good idea to get some comparative quotes to make sure you are getting the right insurance for your needs.
  • If your storage provider wants to see your cover, make sure you can get immediate access to proof of cover.
  • Check that the insurance you are taking covers the specific kind of storage you are using (some insurers will not cover items stored metal storage containers for example).
  • Make sure your storage provider is happy to accept insurance from a third-party insurer and that the cost of insurance is not ‘included’ in the storage rate.
  • Think carefully about the level of insurance you need. Make sure you calculate the full replacement cost of the items you are storing - read this blog to see the perils of under insurance!

What's covered?

  • Fire, Lightning, Explosion or Earthquake
  • Smoke
  • Theft or Attempted Theft
  • Riot, civil commotion, labour disputes or political disturbance
  • Storm or Flood
  • Vandalism or Malicious Acts
  • Collision
  • Water or Oil escaping accidentally
  • Sprinkler Damage
  • Moth, Insect or Vermin from a source outside of the Storage Unit, subject to acceptance criteria
  • Collapse or Partial Collapse of the Premises
  • Subsidence

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Types of cover
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Cover includes, Fire, Theft, Storm and Flood, Escape of Water, Vandalism, Sprinkler Damage, Moth and Vermin.

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The Product
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Get more information about our Storage Insurance policy and which self storage types are covered

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FAQs
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From our blog...

3 weeks ago
Now that we have officially said goodbye to summer for another year, it is time to start storing away the items which are not likely to be needed again over the winter.
4 weeks ago
If you are planning an extended trip, whether for work reasons or just for fun, you may be considering using self-storage to house your stuff whilst you are away. For instance, if you are considering renting out your property whilst away, emptying it of your personal possessions would certainly be a recommended course of action.
03/09/2019
Whilst we know that we have not quite done with summer yet – there is a definite autumnal feeling about the evenings and early mornings now and, sadly, it is time to start thinking about the approach of colder weather and how this may affect your items in storage.
29/08/2019
Appliances like washing machines, fridge freezers and dishwashers often end up in storage following a move. Follow our tips below to ensure that they remain in good condition whilst stored...
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