Horner Blakey Insurance Brokers are able to provide competitive premiums for maisonette buildings insurance and are able to insure these together or separately.
Many insurers will only insure Maisonettes together under one policy in joint names, since this is to prevent complications in the event of a claim when disputes may occur if separately insured over the responsibility of certain parts of the property. For example if damage occurred to roofs or drains who would be responsible?
Many neighbourly disputes have arisen from this type of claim which insurers therefore seek to avoid.
We would confirm that it is therefore definitely cheaper to insure all maisonettes together even if by linked separate policies with the same insurer
Horner Blakey Insurance brokers are able to offer wide cover and competitive premiums for Maisonette Buildings insurance.