Can I Insure My Contents?

Unlike many other self-storage companies, Spaces and Places don’t insist that you take out insurance while in storage, but we would strongly recommend it.

With cover starting from just 55p a week per £1000 covered, insurance can give you peace of mind that your contents are covered should something go wrong.

Do you need insurance?

At Spaces and Places, we know that your possessions are valuable. This is why we always do our utmost to ensure they are kept safe and secure whilst in storage with us. However, while accidents are rare, they do happen and unpredictable hazards and natural disasters have the potential to affect our storage facilities at any time.

Whether you’re storing household clutter, business documents or seasonal sports equipment, it’s definitely worth considering protecting yourself against potential financial losses should your property get lost, stolen or damaged.

Benefits of insurance

The biggest benefit to taking out storage insurance is the peace of mind you get from know that your possessions are covered from physical loss or damage.

There are some things we can’t guarantee to protect your unit from. Cover from Insurastore, however, will protect you against:

·      Fire

·      Flood

·      Explosion

·      Malicious damage

·      Theft by forcible and violent means

·      Impact by road vehicles

·      …and many others

What can I insure?

You are able to ensure almost anything you want to, from business stock to tools or goods. The cover will also protect your items while they are being transported to and from your chosen storage facility.

If you do decide to insure your items whilst in storage with us, all you have to do is go to where you can arrange cover directly.

An insulator is underwritten by Royal & Sun Alliance and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority so you can be sure that you are dealing with an authorised and trusted organisation. The cover is only available if you store with an approved self-storage company such as Spaces and Places.

To find out more about what’s covered and what’s not just head to the Insurastore website or get in touch for further details.