Wear and tear
Find out what wear and tear is and how it might affect your Home Insurance.
Wear and tear is the damage that happens naturally as something gets old. For example, your carpets getting dirty and worn. Or the nails in your roof slates corroding, allowing the slates to slip and let water into your home.
Most Home Insurance policies will only cover you from sudden events, such as fire, floods or theft. They won’t cover damage caused by wear and tear or that happens slowly over time. For example, damp, condensation or rust.
This is why it’s important to read your policy documents to understand what is covered.
Important legal information
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