Our homes are our haven, our escape from the outside world, a place we can truly be ourselves. They are filled people that we love as well as our assets ensuring you have Household contents insurance is of the utmost importance.
This post was published on 08 Feb, 2017

By insuring your household contents with iWYZE, you’ll be covered against unforeseen circumstances like: theft or attempted theft of your household contents. Fire, lightning and explosion, loss or damage caused by deliberate or wilful acts, as well as natural disasters including storms, wind, flood, hail, snow or earthquake damage are also covered.

While load-shedding is (hopefully!) a thing of the past, should it become a reality once more, iWYZE will be there to assist – in particular for the loss of the contents of your refrigerator or deep freeze in the event of a total blackout lasting longer than 24 hours.

With an iWYZE household contents insurance policy, you’ll also qualify for liability cover – should you in the unlikely event be held legally liable for a visitor’s death, illness or injury or loss or damage to their property.

Choosing an insurance provider, particularly when it comes to household contents insurance is daunting. With iWYZE, your fears can be laid to rest. Old Mutual iWYZE is underwritten by Old Mutual Insure, a short-term insurance company in South Africa, who have been in the business for over 170 years. They have been offering top quality car and home insurance for over a century, therefore you know you’ll be receiving the very best household content insurance, fair claims settlement and financial peace of mind.

Contact us today for obligation-free household contents insurance quotes, by clicking here. You’ll get a quote in under a minute. You can also call us on 0860 63 33 39.

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