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Homeserve Plumbing & Drainage Plus 75p a month £9.00 Total a year

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Received a letter offering Plumbing & Drainage Plus for 75p a month for 12 months £9 total no excess. Looking at the url doesn't look like its specific to my address so other people might be able… Read More
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Received a letter offering Plumbing & Drainage Plus for 75p a month for 12 months £9 total no excess.

Looking at the url doesn't look like its specific to my address so other people might be able to us it.

Might not cover everything but for £9 and no excess not a bad piece of cover for just in case.

Whenever I have used them they have always been good and cancelling after 12 months is easy enough.

offer.homeserve.com/hssch2t1c

Hope it helps someone
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Fantastic, I can finally get that leaky radiator fixed. :D

That I'm about to discover. ;)

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1 Like #1
i joined abt 2 weeks ago for £1 a month definitely worth it. covers leaking taps showers toilets. same day call out most times. had it before cancelled after 12 months and re applied.
#2
I got the same thing...note that if you have shared sewers with neighbours then your water supplier/sewage supplier(??!) has to take responsibility of repairs so this leaflet said (Southern Water in my case)
4 Likes #3
Surprised they are still in business
https://www.fca.org.uk/news/press-releases/homeserve-fined-£30-million-widespread-failings

Customer complaints don't seem to have improved which is perhaps why it is so cheap
1 Like #4
Had this last year for 50p a month, used once but guy was very courteous, unblocked a sink and replaced a dripping tap with a pair of brand new ones, only plumbcentre cheapies but hey, for the price.

Will partake again.
#5
Got it for 50p as well through a Thames Water letter. Not used the service yet.
2 Likes #6
Excellent deal! My one year just finished and paid £6! They came out about 4 times even changing my kitchen sink tap once with no extra charge.. a deal definitely worth taking! Will be joining again :D
6 Likes #7
Fantastic, I can finally get that leaky radiator fixed. :D

That I'm about to discover. ;)
#8
Cold. maisonettes aren't covered.


Edited By: Hancock on Jul 07, 2017 20:09
#9
spannerzone
I got the same thing...note that if you have shared sewers with neighbours then your water supplier/sewage supplier(??!) has to take responsibility of repairs so this leaflet said (Southern Water in my case)

Only for the shared section. You're responsible for the pipe from your house to the shared section.
#10
Joined on the 50p offer last year and called them out on a few occasions for different things and was impressed with the service so I kept it going after the offer expired nor around £11 per month. Might have to look if I can cancel and restart on new offer.
1 Like #11
I got the offer through after I had cancelled in may. So you may have to wait a few months.
#12
Yeah its well worth it for £1 a month but make sure you dont renew at renewal. Also have the electrics at £1 a month
#13
Just moved house I have lead pipes coming into the house by signing up could I get them to assist in getting rid of the lead all?
1 Like #14
Do not touch them with a barge pole they put there work out to the cheapest contractor and that is what you get especially if you live in south wales
3 Likes #15
richard44811
Just moved house I have lead pipes coming into the house by signing up could I get them to assist in getting rid of the lead all?

sure - they'll happily strip out the lead pipes for you & replace - all part of the service
#16
I am about to move to a house and the seller has stated the stopcock is stuck and can't be turned so the water has to be turned off at the stopcock in the footpath outside. The one that is stuck is within the property boundaries (the kitchen) so would this cover me if I take the cover and then claim after 14 days?
1 Like #17
Just be aware this is not emergency cover. I had cover with them but cancelled after they told me it would be 4-5 days before they could get to me for a leaking pipe under a floor. This was about 4 years ago so maybe they have got it down to a better timescale, but still not emergency cover.
#18
Wouldn't fix my plumbing problem so definitely not worth it
#19
gr1340
I am about to move to a house and the seller has stated the stopcock is stuck and can't be turned so the water has to be turned off at the stopcock in the footpath outside. The one that is stuck is within the property boundaries (the kitchen) so would this cover me if I take the cover and then claim after 14 days?


Don't know if It's covered


might want to insist that a new one is installed before the sales goes through ....good of them to tell you though ...

Edited By: Stags on Jul 07, 2017 22:19
#20
richard44811
Just moved house I have lead pipes coming into the house by signing up could I get them to assist in getting rid of the lead all?

Ask you water company to test the water.....above a certain level they have to offer e new supply to the house......inside that's down to you I would think.
#21
My partner and I are getting the keys for our first house next week. The house was built 60 years ago and it needs of a complete refurbishment. We don't have the money to do the work straightaway and we'll have to live there for a year before we can start any work.

Watching this cheap cover for plumbing and drainage we went to their website and we saw the HomeServe Cover 8 which looks quite interesting for us. If something breaks or it is already broken ;-) we can call them to get it fixed.

Could you please give me your opinion about the HomeServe Cover 8 for our situation? Is there anything important that we have to consider?

Thank you
#22
scooper123
I got the offer through after I had cancelled in may. So you may have to wait a few months.
Did you appy online to get the offer or through the 0800 number ? I am looking to do the same - reapplying online asks for confirmation - 'You're purchasing this policy for the first time'
#23
This years renewal £72 for me..didn't call them out last year...have other years though
#24
I filled it out online. The letter was addressed to me and said sorry you cancelled etc and here's a deal so assume I'll be ok. You can do it on the phone just quote the end of the URL.
#25
Worth a go for £9, cheers op, hot deal.
#26
thanks
#27
dazza99
Surprised they are still in business
https://www.fca.org.uk/news/press-releases/homeserve-fined-£30-million-widespread-failings

Customer complaints don't seem to have improved which is perhaps why it is so cheap


You're still reading the news published in 2014. It's 2017. Check Trustpilot etc. they've gone uphill only after that fine.
#28
This is great deal. But the link doesn't seem to work??
#29
Signed up! For 75p per month you just never know
#30
It's £9 a year, well worth the punt. I had them replace about 100m of water pipe. Certainly would have cost then thousands because it was moled all the way and took them over 2 weeks.
#31
From_the_Midlands
dazza99
Surprised they are still in business https://www.fca.org.uk/news/press-releases/homeserve-fined-£30-million-widespread-failings
Customer complaints don't seem to have improved which is perhaps why it is so cheap
You're still reading the news published in 2014. It's 2017. Check Trustpilot etc. they've gone uphill only after that fine.


Trustpilot??? You having a laugh? When a company uses Trustpilot alarm bells should be ringing.. Its the scammers review website of choice. Check facebook and google
#32
Youll find that Homeserve own about 60% of Trustpilot... hmm now theres one you did know!.
#33
Great price. however not available for people who rent :(
#34
Had this before, called out around 4 times for various leaks ect, always repaired or replaced withincouple of days. Worth the money to me, have cancelled as renewal was to much, can I take another offer I cancelled in april
1 Like #35
jrandrews72
Great price. however not available for people who rent :(

Would renters need?
#36
Roger_Irrelevant
Fantastic, I can finally get that leaky radiator fixed. :D
That I'm about to discover. ;)
Id check first before you DISCOVER your leak as it doesn't cover heating so I don't think radiators and pipework will be covered.
#37
Hancock
Cold. maisonettes aren't covered.



Well that doesn't make the deal cold. Just means you can't take advantage of it. If someone posts a deal that is too far for me to go does that mean I vote it cold?? It's a good deal regardless of whether you can benefit. It's like saying there is a hot deal for an xbox game but I have a ps4 therefore the deal is cold.
#38
Get what you pay for. Left us for 3 weeks with no heating or water in winter and customer services are a joke.
#39
richard44811
Just moved house I have lead pipes coming into the house by signing up could I get them to assist in getting rid of the lead all?
In yorkshire, its yorkshire waters responsibility to change lead pipes. they will ask you to isolate the water supply including any flushing or loo for 12 hours and then come and take 2 samples of water, send it to lab and if its positive for lead, they will change your supply from main to your house.
#40
I have not signed up and probably won't but this is a great deal. HOT HOT HOT

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