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Homecare Plumbing & Drainage Plus £9 for one year @ Homeserve
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Homecare Plumbing & Drainage Plus £9 for one year @ Homeserve

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Posted 17th Sep

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

75p per month in the first year.

With £30 excess. Annual price £9.

The price will be different for existing and returning customers. The price will increase at renewal. Currently customers in their second year are paying £10 a month, £120 for the year for this policy, provided they have made no claims.

What's covered?

Water supply pipe leaks or bursts
Plumbing and drainage inside the home
Escape of water from toilets or tank overflows
External drainage on your property
Up to 3 claims per year
Please see Product documents including T&C's for more details.

Main exclusions are:-

Loss of heating and/or hot water
Showers
Guttering
Soakaways
Taps
Community Updates
Homeserve Deals

Groups

Top comments
There was no excess in the good old days. It was a great service. Taps were included as well as unlimited claims.
This is a bit rubbish as taps are not included and there is a £30 excess.

It is £99 for 3 claims or £69 for 2 or £39 for 1 claim over a 11 month period. No claims allowed in month 1.
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It’s £30 per claim, or £60 a year if not.
Edited by: "helenj" 17th Sep
There was no excess in the good old days. It was a great service. Taps were included as well as unlimited claims.
This is a bit rubbish as taps are not included and there is a £30 excess.

It is £99 for 3 claims or £69 for 2 or £39 for 1 claim over a 11 month period. No claims allowed in month 1.
I think it's still worth it though as long as each fix they do would have cost you £30 or more in time, hassle and parts (which it will).

Can anyone confirm if you can re-sign up if your existing homeserve cover has just lapsed? Tried as my current 75p deal is coming to an end and it won't let you sign up with the same address.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 17th Sep
Roger_Irrelevant17/09/2019 22:05

I think it's still worth it though as long as each fix they do would have …I think it's still worth it though as long as each fix they do would have cost you £30 or more in time, hassle and parts (which it will).Can anyone confirm if you can re-sign up if your existing homeserve cover has just lapsed? Tried as my current 75p deal is coming to an end and it won't let you sign up with the same address.



Try a different name. They never check ID when they arrive for a job.
When I joined, found that there were full of exclusions, and that which the waterboard covered anyway. External drainage on your property is one prime example of this, and has been for sometime. I know for a fact, as I had a major external leaK.
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