(PRWEB) February 28, 2008
At the end of this month, Homeserve, a leading provider of home repairs and insurance in the UK, are to introduce two new home cover products allowing customers to make convenient savings on their boiler and central heating repair bills.
EasyPay Boiler Cover and EasyPay Central Heating Cover offer reliable protection when it's needed, at an attractive price. Customers pay a low annual fee to keep their boiler or central heating insured -- if a repair is needed they then simply pay a set fee of £50 to have a qualified heating engineer on hand. In other words, customers get cover protection for less money by paying for repairs only when they need them.
As people become increasingly concerned about cowboy tradesmen and the difficulty of finding an affordable emergency repair, Easypay products also have the benefit of giving customers access to reliable professionals in their area at a no-hidden-cost fee. Homeserve use only CORGI registered engineers who are legally qualified to carry out gas repairs, so customers can be sure about their safety.
EasyPay Boiler Cover gives protection against gas boiler problems for just £5.99 a month, and EasyPay Central Heating Cover protects the home's gas central heating (including boiler pumps, hot water supply, faulty thermostats and radiator leaks) for £7.99. These products also allow customers to make an unlimited number of claims during their policy period.
Paul Ramsey, Marketing Manager of Homeserve Plc, said: "Our EasyPay products give customers tempting cover in terms of price. Everyone these days is interested in ways to save on home insurance - we wanted to make sure our customers don't loose out."
Homeserve have a full range of home insurance policies, including heating insurance that comes with an Annual Boiler Service to prevent problems before they start. From a consumer point of view, the more options the better, since different people have different needs for their home. EasyPay is the latest offering from Homeserve for those customers who want a small fixed premium that allows them to pay for repairs as they go.