Once you’re new garden room is installed in your garden, your next job is to make sure it is fully insured and protected. People’s first thought is to ring their current insurers and add the room to their policy, but sometimes its not as simple as that, and you find that your current insurer wont cover your garden room.
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How to insure a garden room or office is a regular question asked, the big online insurance companies don’t like them because they are made from wood, but there is a solution
With over 60% of garden rooms sold, being used as home garden offices it is important that they are insured properly and you don’t depend solely on your household insurance
We often get emails from people having trouble securing garden office insurance, we contacted Henshalls who have experience in securing garden office insurance for advice
If you are looking for a home insurance policy that covers garden rooms, offices and studios then take a look at the policy offered by John Lewis, it treats outbuildings like buildings. The video above offers an introduction to the cover they offer.
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With all the kit we keep in our garden offices its important that we have it properly insured. Major insurers Direct Line advise us that all outbuildings within the boundaries of the home owners property are covered by their home insurance policies, however if used as an office for business purposes, the homeowner should consider taking out a Business from Home policy, as this provides a higher level of cover for things like business equipment, stock, public liability, and other potential costs to the home business which are not covered under home insurance. For more information about insuring your garden office contact Direct Line.