Insuring Flat Roofed Properties
To insurers flat roofs are considered higher risk, as they can be more prone to weather damage and often require more maintenance. Some insurers will simply refuse to insure flat roof properties, or charge a disproportionate amount for the policy in order to balance the risk.
As specialists in arranging non-standard home insurance, we always strive to find high-quality flat roof home insurance for a competitive price. Based on your property’s flat roof and its construction, we will strive to find a competitively priced policy with the level of cover you require.
We can typically insure all types of flat roofing construction methods, including:
- Traditional felt and timber frame flat roofs
- Fibreglass mix flat roofs
- Flat roofs with rubberised compounds
- Green roofs
Arranging Flat Roof Insurance
In order to provide you with a flat roof insurance quotation, we need you to estimate what percentage of your roof is flat. We’ll also take in to account factors such as whether the roof has been recently repaired, and whether it uses modern materials that offer better resistance against the elements than older roofs.
If you need flat roof insurance, then contact our team to discuss your requirements.
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The size and proportion of flat roofs vary from property to property, therefore we recommend that you discuss your requirements with one of our team to help you get the right level of protection for your home, at the most competitive price.Chat with us