Trace & Access
What would you do if you received a phone call from the tenant of your rental property who had just returned to the property one afternoon to inform you that there was water dripping from the lounge ceiling onto the ground floor? One of the things that you may ask your tenant to do is to vacate the premises for the time being and then you may call the insurance company that provides your landlord insurance.
This is because the above is one of the risks that may be covered under your landlords insurance policy and is referred to as “trace and access insurance”. This covers you for having to call out an engineer to identify where the leak is coming from, gain access to it, repair it and make good any damage such as to the plasterwork, carpets, ceiling, light fittings etc.
Such damage and labour costs could run into a significant sum so trace and access insurance is designed to provide you with peace of mind should such an unfortunate event occur at your rental property.
Through our partner, we will be pleased to arrange a no-obligation competitive quotation for you to peruse at your leisure.