Change how your policy renews
You can set your policy to renew automatically. Or, if you prefer, you can do this yourself each year at Renew your home insurance.
In order to amend your settings, we need to know when your policy is due to renew.
Choose the option that is right for you.
When is your policy due to renew?
My policy renews in the next 33 days
My policy renews more than 33 days from today
Why renew automatically?
If you set your policy to renew automatically, we will still send you details of your cover and price in good time before your policy is up. When your policy renews, you will not pay more than if you were a new customer.
- Take some of the effort out of renewing your policy. If we do not hear from you, we will set your policy to renew each year. You will not need to give us a call unless you want to make any changes.
- Get peace of mind, knowing you will not have gaps in your insurance cover.
You can find your renewal date on the documents we sent when you started your policy or the last time you renewed it.
If you use Internet Banking, you can also check your renewal date online. Just select your home insurance policy on the account overview page.
Your renewal letter will tell you what you need to do to renew your policy.
Yes. You can cancel or change your policy at any time.
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