Let's talk about Static Caravan Insurance

If you own, or are looking to buy a holiday home it is important to make sure you are covered for a variety of eventualities when it comes to choosing your insurance policy.

Insurance can be confusing, we know! On one hand, you might not want to spend too much, but the last thing you want is to fall short, and find yourself spending more if the worst was to happen.

Therefore, when it comes to insuring your holiday home, it is essential to find the right policy and provider that suits you and your needs, as well as meeting your obligations to your holiday park. Insurance cover can; protect the caravan itself against adverse weather conditions and accidental damage; reimburse you for stolen or damaged contents; and cover other items on your pitch.

Our Holiday Home owners are able to buy suitable cover from other providers should they wish however, we have three trusted insurance companies that we have partnered with including; 'Towergate Insurance', ‘Leisure Days’ and ‘Compass’.

The cost of static caravan insurance varies depending on several factors including:

  • Market value vs new for old cover
  • Value of the static caravan itself
  • Extras, like decking, veranda and contents

It's therefore hard to give an estimated price, however the average annual premium that Towergate customers paid for their holiday home insurance in 2018 was £287*.

It is important to protect your holiday home, with specialist caravan insurance. Not only do our partnered caravan insurance providers share similar values, but we also believe that their expert and knowledgeable team provide their customers with quality products and service.

Costs will vary depending on the age and size of your caravan holiday home, and the level of cover you require.

*Price correct at time of publishing.

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