We all buy contents insurance in case we suffer a loss from fire, theft, water and so on, but have you considered how much information would be required if you ever needed to make a claim? The Association of British Insurers and the Which? organisation both recommend that photos should be taken to record your possessions to make the claims process easier.
Some people say that they will do this themselves but rarely do because it is a lot of bother. Even for those who do take some photos, where should they be stored safely and securely to be readily available sometime in the future? Certainly, not on a phone or tablet because of the risk of loss or hacking. Iskild Imaging provide a service for busy people in which we take high quality, independent images for you and then store those images securely so that when you need them they are just a phone call or email away. We have used our IT Security experience to implement a highly secure system to ensure that your images are safe.
We recommend bundling our service with a free review of your contents insurance and can arrange for one of our recommended insurance brokers to do this for you. If you have been with the same insurance provider for some years, it is highly likely that a review will reduce your like for like premiums while ensuring that you have the correct insurance for your current needs. We further recommend that you have the images updated annually when your insurance is renewed to reflect changes.
Iskild Imaging’s initial photography for a two or three bedroom house or flat costs just £49.95. If you have special items such as jewellery, watches or collectibles these can be photographed using forensic photography techniques for an additional £19.95 per five items. This will help the police to trace the items as well as smooth the claim process.
The same service for four or five bedroom houses costs just £89.95, with forensic photography of special items at the same rate of £19.95 per five items.
All costs can be paid over 12 equal monthly instalments if required. There is a small charge added to cover the costs of this payment method.