Virgin Home Insurance

Virgin Home Insurance

Great value cover without cutting corners with Virgin Home Insurance

Virgin Home Insurance provide great value cover on buildings and contents insurance giving you peace of mind that everythings covered. As a new customer you will receive the following benefits listed below:

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Virgin Key Facts

  • Up to £1 million buildings insurance
  • Contents covers almost everything
  • Garden cover
  • Home office equipment
  • No extra charge for paying monthly
  • This offer may change. Please visit the Virgin website for current offer details.

Virgin Money is the financial group of Sir Richard Branson’s, Virgin Group.Virgin Money provides many services and products like personal loans, credit cards, mortgages, savings accounts, car insurance, life insurance, home insurance, pet insurance and travel insurance. Virgin Money work alongside the following companies who provide many of their products; these include the Co-operative Bank, MBNA, Freedom Finance, Clydesdale Bank, The One Account, Scottish Widows and the RBS Group. Virgin Insurance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

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  • Virgin Home Insurance contact details and information:
    Postal Address: Virgin Money Ltd, Discovery House, Whiting Road, Norwich NR4 6EJ
    Telephone Number: 0800 068 5688
    Website Address: uk.virginmoney.com

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    Good news for home buyers comes from the Natwest Bank, where cuts of up to 0.3 percent have been announced on some of the fixed rate and tracker mortgages.

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    LV Home Insurance is warning all homeowners not to share your security details such as pin numbers and any other security details even with your family and friends.

    Accidental Damage Cover required for DIY homeowners

    If you’re a do it your self homeowner then you should possibly make sure you have accidental damage cover on your home insurance policy. Especially with the many bank holiday weekends we have just had many homeowners are now doing their homes up to try and save money rather than getting a professional tradesman to do it. But if you make a mess and cause accidental damage to your home and your not covered if could cost you loads of money.