Simply Insure https://www.simplyinsure.ie Making insurance simple! Wed, 28 Sep 2016 08:06:55 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 Securing Car Insurance Policies in Ireland is Easier than You Think https://www.simplyinsure.ie/securing-car-insurance-policies-ireland-easier-think Tue, 29 Sep 2015 10:00:15 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4902 Securing Car Insurance Policies in Ireland is Easier than You Think When purchasing a vehicle from either a private owner or at a dealership, the seller will recommend taking out an insurance policy for it. Current car owners, however, endure some potholes on that front, thus requiring assistance from a party highly knowledgeable about car […]

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Securing Car Insurance Policies in Ireland is Easier than You Think

When purchasing a vehicle from either a private owner or at a dealership, the seller will recommend taking out an insurance policy for it. Current car owners, however, endure some potholes on that front, thus requiring assistance from a party highly knowledgeable about car insurance in Ireland.

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It’s only natural to search for an insurance company that can offer you the lowest possible car insurance quotes. Unfortunately, it can be a tad difficult to do so on your own. Joe Leogue of the Irish Examiner said such was the case involving Liam Coleman of Belgooly, County Cork.

In an interview, Coleman laments that he spent two weeks calling up several insurers about buying a new policy for his VW Transporter family van. The vehicle’s existing policy lapsed off during his search, and the then-insurer ruled out a renewal due to new corporate directions that didn’t include covering nine-seater family vans. The van was the Colemans’ only vehicle. Both Mr. Coleman and his wife used it as fully-licenced drivers, and they’ve never filed a claim for it, despite the auto tax totalling €1,000 every year.

Another Way In

The above case is tailor-made for a company like Simply Insure to help you secure a workable car insurance policy. First, you need to fill out an online form with your basic personal details, employment information, drivers’ licence, and the registration details of the vehicle you want to insure. Take care to include other items such as how many people use the vehicle and the presence of anti-theft devices; some insurers find favour in the machines’ importance.

Your insurance broker will then discuss your application with you to gain a better understanding of your needs. After this, your broker will negotiate with insurers on your behalf. You will then be provided a list of the insurance companies that offer you coverage. Take the time to discuss your options with your broker to help you choose the policy that provides the best coverage at the best rates.

No-nos

Even if there’s considerable progress in securing a car policy, there are still red flags you must avoid when the policy is in place. The Consumers Association of Ireland stresses that insurers should be informed by letter if there are any changes to the vehicle. These changes can increase or reduce premiums. Some insurers are known to invalidate policies upon learning that aftermarket parts were installed on the vehicle.

Purchasing a car is a large investment, and should be protected as such. If you would like to purchase a new policy for your vehicle, do not hesitate to get in touch with a trusted insurance brokerage.

Sources:

VIDEO: Family struggle to find insurer for nine-seater car, Irish Examiner

Insurance alert: Tiny modifications to cars can wipe out cover, Irish Independent

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Top Reasons to Take Out Comprehensive Home Insurance in Ireland Today https://www.simplyinsure.ie/top-reasons-take-comprehensive-home-insurance-ireland-today Tue, 15 Sep 2015 10:00:06 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4895 Top Reasons to Take Out Comprehensive Home Insurance in Ireland Today Rare is the house that doesn’t have any insurance policy tied to it whatsoever. After all, home insurance policies provide homeowners a certain level of security and protection. If you have yet to take out a policy on your home, be sure to arrange […]

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Top Reasons to Take Out Comprehensive Home Insurance in Ireland Today

Rare is the house that doesn’t have any insurance policy tied to it whatsoever. After all, home insurance policies provide homeowners a certain level of security and protection. If you have yet to take out a policy on your home, be sure to arrange for one with the help of a trusted home insurance broker in Ireland such as Simply Insure—and now is undoubtedly one of the best times to do so.

 

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The National Consumer Agency reported that home insurance premiums fell between 5 and 15 per cent in the past year. The main exception to the drop was the content-only coverage that must be applied for when covering properties to let.

Those interested in purchasing a new policy should act quickly. Analysts are predicting home insurance prices to rise in the near future. Sitting down with your preferred broker should help expedite the process.

What and Where?

Discussions with your preferred insurer will partly focus on the type of property you have and its general location whilst accounting for market rates in that area. Many insurance brokers accept online application forms, which will require important data such as the amount of buildings and contents cover, and the type of heating system used in the residence. From there, the broker will analyse and arrange a suitable premium for your property with their partner insurance providers.

Gaps

Shopping around with your preferred insurance broker may still be amenable, especially when you discover that your property reaps several quotes that have wide disparities at both ends.

The same National Consumer Agency report noted, for example, a three-bedroom bungalow in Midleton, Cork. The home had estimated rebuilding costs pegged at €200,000 and content cover at €50,000. When showed through a number of insurers, the lowest quote was offered at €254 with the highest offer tagged at €700. Taking the time to shop around can save you hundreds of euros in the long run.

Discounts

Your preferred insurer may deduct a few more euros from the premium after the property is evaluated for some favourable items of interest, such as security and fire-protection devices. Recent trends in energy efficiency can also be a factor in future evaluations, if you can show that the property is well-insulated from the elements, or has recently installed energy-efficient systems.

Finding an affordable home insurance quote is never too difficult as long as you’re upfront about the state of your home and your finances. When you take up your options through a reputable brokerage such as Simply Insure, things may change for the better, so why not take out a comprehensive policy today?

Sources
National Consumer Agency publishes latest home insurance comparison survey showing savings of up to €421, National Consumer Agency
Costs of insurance likely to rise again: Experts, Irish Examiner, 26 June 2015

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Car Insurance Tips: What You Need to Know to Reduce Your Premiums https://www.simplyinsure.ie/car-insurance-tips-need-know-reduce-premiums Wed, 12 Aug 2015 01:53:06 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4885 When you’ve got a car, there are several factors that eat up a lot of your budget in maintaining it. The main expense is, of course, petrol. However, the next biggest outlay for your car is the insurance. The roads are never a hundred percent safe, and getting into an accident will result in damage […]

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When you’ve got a car, there are several factors that eat up a lot of your budget in maintaining it. The main expense is, of course, petrol. However, the next biggest outlay for your car is the insurance. The roads are never a hundred percent safe, and getting into an accident will result in damage that needs to be repaired and injuries that require medical attention. Fortunately, it’s possible to lower the amount you have to pay in your insurance premiums. Here are a few tips.

Car Insurance Tips What You Need to Know to Reduce Your Premiums

Know How Your Premiums are Calculated

The most important step that you can take when getting car insurance quotes from companies like Simply Insure is to ask them how they calculate the premiums. There are a lot of conditions involved into deciding how much you’ll pay. Most of the time, the people calculating your premiums have a checklist to see what adds or deducts to your premium.

For example, insurance providers often have multiple packages like home and health insurance along with their car insurance. If you already have a policy with them, you can probably get a discount on additional plans. Other conditions that can lower your premiums are also likely to be available. Be informed of these and try to meet as much of these criteria as possible.

Know More about Your Car

The next thing you need to know about is your vehicle. Car insurance is usually taken out to pay for repairs to your vehicle. Knowing exactly how much your car is worth can influence your decision on which plan to purchase. If your car is more valuable than the plan’s price, then you better choose the plan. However, the reverse is also true; car values sharply decline over the years, and you may actually be overpaying for your car’s insurance.

Remember that the money you receive from your insurance will be equal to the car’s current value, not when it was brand new. Renegotiate your premiums as needed. Other factors about your car that can lower your premiums are the size of your engine and the safety features installed.

Be Protected

Car insurance may seem expensive, but with the right knowledge, you can make it affordable. Visit your local insurer to find out more.

 

Sources:

Handy tips to help cut your car insurance, TheJournal.ie

Tips to help reduce your insurance, CarsIreland.ie

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Your Home Insurance and You: Why Getting Home Protection is Important https://www.simplyinsure.ie/home-insurance-getting-home-protection-important Tue, 04 Aug 2015 01:45:03 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4881 Homeowners in Ireland (and everywhere else) definitely do not wish for disaster to befall their homes, but no one can predict the future. Your home may experience fires or flooding, which would require a lot of money to repair. Though your savings can mitigate some of the cost, having them wiped out would be bad […]

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Homeowners in Ireland (and everywhere else) definitely do not wish for disaster to befall their homes, but no one can predict the future. Your home may experience fires or flooding, which would require a lot of money to repair. Though your savings can mitigate some of the cost, having them wiped out would be bad news; if the damage is really bad, your savings may not be enough. That’s where your insurance can help you out.

Your Home Insurance and You Why Getting Home Protection is Important

What it Protects You From

Learning more about home insurance helps you understand why exactly you need it. Right now, there are four kinds of insurance that are connected with homes. The first type is the one that you’ll probably need most: building insurance. As a rule of thumb, building insurance covers anything that you can’t take with you when you move homes. This includes the building itself, rooms, permanent fittings, and surrounding features like sheds and the garden. Damage from fire, floods, riots, burglary, and other causes are covered, though there are exemptions (e.g. no flood coverage in areas prone to flooding).

The second kind of home insurance involves the contents of your house, which include movable objects like furniture. Content insurance usually covers the amount you need to replace any items that were stolen or damaged. There are some limits, though; for example, if it’s your car that gets damaged at home, then it’s under your car insurance. This insurance also won’t cover your loss if you’ve left your home alone for more than 30 days. This type of insurance is often taken as a separate item if you’re only renting the house, but it can be folded into one package for your convenience.

The remaining two kinds of home insurance are mostly optional, though they can be useful to have. All-risk cover insurance protects personal valuables that can be stolen or lost inside your home and out, including jewellery and other heirlooms. The insurer will either pay you off with cash or pay for the repairs and replacement. On the other hand, liability insurance protects the people working on your home. For example, if your plumber meets an accident and blames you for it, liability insurance will cover the costs.

Getting Some Protection

With all of the aforementioned benefits, getting home insurance quotes from insurers like Simply Insure should be on top of your to-do list. Get in touch with them today to ensure your home remains safe and protected.

 

Sources:

Do you need homeowners insurance?, HowStuffWorks

Buildings insurance – Do you need it?, The Money Advice Service

Home insurance, ConsumerHelp

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Car Insurance in Ireland: Get to Know the 3 Available Types of Cover https://www.simplyinsure.ie/car-insurance-ireland-get-know-3-available-types-cover Thu, 09 Jul 2015 06:34:13 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4818 Finding the right car insurance provider can be confusing for many residents in Ireland – there are simply too many options available. Understanding the different types of coverage that car insurance providers offer, and knowing how much they cost can help clear up most of the confusion. Below, you will find basic information on the […]

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Finding the right car insurance provider can be confusing for many residents in Ireland – there are simply too many options available. Understanding the different types of coverage that car insurance providers offer, and knowing how much they cost can help clear up most of the confusion. Below, you will find basic information on the different types of cover to help with your effort.

Car Insurance in Ireland Get to Know the 3 Available Types of Cover

Third-Party Cover

Third party cover is the minimum car insurance cover required by law. If you are at fault in an accident, this type of insurance pays the other party for the cost of damages that he or she suffered, including property damage, injury, and death. It also includes coverage for the other party’s financial losses arising from injuries from the accident, including medical expenses and loss of income. Third party cover offers no pay-out for damage on your own car from an accident where you are at-fault, or for your losses in case of fire or theft.

Third Party, Fire, and Theft Cover

This type of cover protects you from the loss or damage of your vehicle through fire or theft. Optional extras may be offered, such as windscreen breakage cover, but damage from accidents where you are at fault is still not covered. Third party, fire, and theft coverage is a voluntary type of cover, and is the most popular form of car insurance in Ireland.

Comprehensive Cover

Like third party, fire, and theft cover, comprehensive coverage is voluntary, but unlike the former’s limitations, it practically covers you for almost any type of damage regardless of how it was incurred or who was at fault. This includes windscreen insurance, loss of personal belongings from the car, life/accident insurance, etc. When it comes to damages, comprehensive cover can provide a vehicle owner with complete peace of mind.

Insurance costs vary across the different types of coverage involved. Car insurance providers may offer different rates for their policies, despite offering the same coverage, so you have to be prepared to do some shopping around to find the best ones. There are many ways to do this, but the easiest way is to talk to an insurance broker who can manage the task for you. This will allow you to shop for the best car insurance policy at your convenience, with help from the most informed professionals.

Car Insurance Broker in Ireland

Trusted car insurance brokers like Simply Insure are adept at matching car owners with the right insurance providers to fit their needs. Contact them for car insurance quotes if you’re ready to move forward with your coverage purchase.

 

Sources:

Motor insurance, Citizens Information

Car insurance, Consumer Help

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Home Insurance and Other Concerns: The Biggest Regrets of Homebuyers https://www.simplyinsure.ie/home-insurance-concerns-biggest-regrets-homebuyers Mon, 06 Jul 2015 06:26:14 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4814 “If I could do it all over again, I would.” You’d be surprised at the number of homebuyers who have thought this after a home purchase. Some come to this realization many years down the road, while others, almost instantaneously. In the U.S., one in four get “buyer’s remorse” after a home purchase; while in […]

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“If I could do it all over again, I would.”

You’d be surprised at the number of homebuyers who have thought this after a home purchase. Some come to this realization many years down the road, while others, almost instantaneously. In the U.S., one in four get “buyer’s remorse” after a home purchase; while in the U.K., this figure is a close one in five.

Home Insurance and Other Concerns The Biggest Regrets of Homebuyers

Fortunately, this doesn’t seem to be the case in Ireland, where there are more people owning their own homes than any other European Union country, and with most not experiencing any problems with the home buying process. However, this does not exempt Irish people from making the same mistakes that many around the world do.

James Daley of Which? Money says that buying a house is constantly on top of the list of the most stressful events in one’s life, given that it’s likely to be the biggest purchase you’ll ever make. With that in mind, it pays to know what homeowners today regret the most to avoid making the same mistakes.

Not Knowing the Neighbourhood

It’s worth doing extensive research on your potential new neighbourhood. Remember, this is where you’ll be spending most of your time in for many years. If you find a property that piques your interest, try to know the neighbourhood more intimately. Check whether it’s near noisy locations. Drive around the streets during rush hour to see how busy they can get. Identify nearby establishments and facilities and check if they’re a good fit to your lifestyle.

Not Asking Questions

You’ll likely be working with a real estate professional in your home buying journey. This means you have immediate access to a veritable pool of very helpful real estate information. Staying quiet doesn’t help you, so regardless of how obvious the answer to a question may be, if you’re not sure, ask.

Not Obtaining Home Insurance

Home insurance is very important to protect your property from life’s unexpected turns, such as fires, floods, and theft. The consequences of not having any home insurance can be devastating. For instance, should your property be flooded or burned down in a fire, and you do not have adequate coverage, you may end up with nothing but the proverbial clothes on your back.

Don’t let these costly mistakes happen to you. It is not difficult to find a home insurance quote that matches what you’re looking for, through the services of insurance brokers like Simply Insure. You simply need to go to their website to see what the top insurance providers in Ireland have to offer. Make sure you go into the home purchase process well-informed and fully ready, to avoid future regrets.

 

Sources:

Avoiding problems (How to avoid making mistakes), Just Landed

1 in 4 American Homeowners have Buyer’s Remorse About Current Home, According to Nationwide Survey, Redfin.com

One in five Britons regrets house-buying mistakes, The Telegraph

From wrong mortgage to living next to an airfield: How one in five homebuyers are plagued by regrets, The Daily Mail

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Are You Aware of Car Insurance Price Increases? https://www.simplyinsure.ie/aware-car-insurance-price-increases Tue, 23 Jun 2015 14:58:32 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4717 Did you know that there was an increase of 16% in the last 12 Months for Car insurance? That’s quite a jump and drivers are being warned that premium rates will keep rising in 2015. This increase has taken place as a result of insurance companies competing in a price war which left them making […]

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Did you know that there was an increase of 16% in the last 12 Months for Car insurance? That’s quite a jump and drivers are being warned that premium rates will keep rising in 2015. This increase has taken place as a result of insurance companies competing in a price war which left them making losses. Something had to give and one of the main domestic insurers saw its shares fall by 9pc on the Irish Stock Exchange yesterday after it warned investors that the insurance market “remains challenging”.

Car insurance premiums rose by 2pc in the month of April, but rates are now up 16% for motor insurance compared with figures a year ago. This is bad news for motorists who paid an average premium of €500 in 2014 compared with this years average premium at €580.

It is younger drivers who are being hardest hit by the higher cost of getting cover. This has happened because insurers have been hiking premiums for months now after a failed price-war led by RSA Ireland and its online operation 123.ie meant they sold policies too cheaply, and did not put sufficient reserves aside to cover claims.

One main domestic insurer said yesterday it was cancelling its dividend to shareholders. Its share price fell sharply after it said it had lower premium income in the first three months of this year.
Another leading insurer warned drivers to expect premiums increases of up to 20pc this year. He said more traffic on the roads mean more collisions.
Insurers have also found that the cost of settling claims is rising due to more people using lawyers to make claims.

The problem stems from insufficient funds being set aside for reserves and it is the car owners who are going to have to make up the shorfall.

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Car Insurance in Ireland: Three Types of Coverage You Can Choose From https://www.simplyinsure.ie/car-insurance-ireland-three-types-coverage-can-choose Thu, 11 Jun 2015 06:43:00 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4732 If car owners in Ireland would just take the time to look, they may save a lot of money from car insurance premiums. According to the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC), car owners may save up to €1250 off their annual car insurance premiums simply by shopping for the right provider. This is not […]

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If car owners in Ireland would just take the time to look, they may save a lot of money from car insurance premiums.

According to the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC), car owners may save up to €1250 off their annual car insurance premiums simply by shopping for the right provider. This is not conclusive, though, as possible savings still depend on the type of coverage and other insurance details. Findings from the CCPC showed that quotes for comprehensive coverage may have a difference of €1,249 between companies, while third party fire and theft coverage may differ by up to €975 between providers.

Car Insurance in Ireland Three Types of Coverage You Can Choose From

The law requires you to have auto insurance if you drive a motor vehicle in the country. Driving without insurance is considered a criminal liability, which could cause you penalty points, heavy fines, and possible driving disqualification.

Types of Coverage

There are three basic types of coverage provided in Ireland—comprehensive cover; third-party, fire, and theft cover; and the third-party cover.

Comprehensive insurance is the most extensive type that covers all possible situations. Usually applied to new vehicles, coverage under this type of insurance varies between providers, but it typically pays you for repair and breakdown services, whether the claims were made by you or a third party. It also pays for theft and stolen items inside the car, as well as damage to property, whether yours or a third party’s.

Meanwhile, a third-party, fire and theft policy typically pays you for losses from fire or theft, as well as personal injury claims from another party.  A third-party cover, on the other hand, is the most basic auto insurance type that only provides for losses of other drivers or property owners. When you get into an accident involving other vehicles, and you admit fault, a third-party coverage can pay for the other parties’ expenses, but not your own.

Most motor insurance policies have an “excess” clause that obliges the insured to pay a portion of any claim, mostly up to a hundred euros. The excess amount also helps determine premium cost. The lower the excess, the higher the premium, and vice versa.

On the provider’s side, a number of factors are considered when presenting car insurance quotes, including the driver’s experience, previous driving convictions and penalty points, and the main use of the car.

Those looking for insurance should bear in mind that different providers could offer different rates, even with the same factors considered, so it pays to shop around. The best insurance brokers like Simply Insure have user-friendly online tools that make it easy for shoppers to compare rates and find the coverage that suits their needs and budget.

 

Sources:

Savings of €1,250 by shopping around for car insurance. Irishtimes.com

Car insurance. Consumerhelp.ie

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A Few Tips on How You Can Strike an Excellent Home Insurance Deal https://www.simplyinsure.ie/tips-can-strike-excellent-home-insurance-deal Tue, 09 Jun 2015 06:31:53 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4728 The National Consumer Agency (NCA) has stressed time and again that consumers can save a lot on their home insurance by merely shopping around, rather than sticking with one adjuster. A survey conducted by the foremost consumer welfare organization in Ireland proves it—a differential of €421 on the price of insuring a three-bedroom bungalow in […]

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The National Consumer Agency (NCA) has stressed time and again that consumers can save a lot on their home insurance by merely shopping around, rather than sticking with one adjuster. A survey conducted by the foremost consumer welfare organization in Ireland proves it—a differential of €421 on the price of insuring a three-bedroom bungalow in a locale like Midleton, Co Cork, between the cheapest quote at €279 and the priciest one at €700.

A Few Tips on How You Can Strike an Excellent Home Insurance Deal

A number of ways exist detailing how people may get excellent deals on various home insurance quotes. Here are a few of them.

Switch Rather Than Renew

A lot of people have discovered that switching an existing home insurance for a new one has its own set of perks over renewing. Insurance premiums have been shown to rise year in and year out, and despite a current policy being the cheapest deal around when it was taken out, there’s a good chance that it’s already beaten at its own game a year later. Homeowner Ciaran McHugh is one of the most fortunate, as he managed to slash about €100 from his old €400 policy when he opted to switch to a new provider wherein he had his mortgage.

Tinker with the Numbers

Choosing a policy paid monthly can easily cost an extra 6% upfront, though some insurers do allow payment by instalments for no extra fees, making it much more worth it to shop around. Homeowners can also opt to increase the excess for their policy, more so if they’re happy to cover a bit more of the cost of a specific claim on their own. By doing so, premiums may be slashed a bit more.

Get a No Claims Discount

Many people are quite familiar with a no claims discount from their car insurance, wherein a history of not making a claim is an effective way of slashing a premium. Nowadays, this concept is steadily becoming a feature of home insurance as well—homeowners who haven’t made a claim within a specific amount of time in the past are typically given lower quotes. Not all insurance companies do this (only a select few firms like Simply Insure do), so asking around for details is critical.

When it comes to home insurance, one still has to be wary that cheaper isn’t always better. However, a cheap but non-compromised deal isn’t a total fairy tale if one knows how to look for it and work towards it.

Sources:

Yes, Shop Around For Home Insurance But Here’s How To Get The Best Deal, Irish Times, August 5, 2014

How To Get The Best Home Insurance: Get A Cheaper Deal And The Cover You Need, ThisIsMoney.co.uk, May 11, 2012

Has Your Home Insurance Gone Through The Roof? Then Switch, Irish Times, July 28, 2014

Home Insurance – How To Get The Best Deal, The Money Advice Service

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Simply Insure: Take a Look at Some Great Feedback from Our Customers https://www.simplyinsure.ie/simply-insure-take-look-great-feedback-customers Tue, 05 May 2015 01:30:51 +0000 https://www.simplyinsure.ie/?p=4790 For almost two decades now, Simply Insure has been proudly and happily helping the people of Waterford and the rest of Ireland with their insurance needs. Throughout this time, we have forged lasting relationships with various individuals and families by being instrumental to their peace of mind. We have also strived to deliver superb service […]

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For almost two decades now, Simply Insure has been proudly and happily helping the people of Waterford and the rest of Ireland with their insurance needs. Throughout this time, we have forged lasting relationships with various individuals and families by being instrumental to their peace of mind. We have also strived to deliver superb service every time – from the initial canvassing of coverage options to the processing of claims. Take a look at the feedback that some of our customers have given about us:

“Great prices and great staff.”

–       Mickey Walsh

“We have our motor policies and now our home policy with Simply Insure – would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a quote. Quotes are always really competitive and really fast response times to all questions/queries. Super customer service and a great team!”

–       Michael Mullan

“Brilliant service! Can’t recommend them highly enough!”

–       Jimmy Bamling

“I took out my first policy with simplyinsure.ie today and I couldn’t recommend it highly enough! A highly professional service and a quote that beat the next nearest by +€180!!!!! So if you are looking for a quality service and a competitive quote, give them a call!! Support a local business, employing local people!”

–       Sean Ryan

Like these happy customers, you can find the right solutions to your insurance needs with Simply Insure, too. We can help you find the house, car, and life insurance products that suit your preferences. Perhaps, you need to renew your home or landlord insurance, find the most suitable car coverage for a new driver, or you’re looking for better protection from expenses due to sickness, disability, and accidents. We can make sure you get the insurance you need  without having to spend excessively.

We provide customised quotations after assessing your personal details and requirements (including your budget), and offer the best rates from about 30 insurers that we are connected with. Through a dedicated claims department, we also provide hands-on assistance whenever a customer needs their insurance benefits.

Let Simply Insure make the whole insurance process simple and more satisfying for you. Send us a message at info@simplyinsure.ie, or call 353-1890-746759 to know more about our company and the insurance products we offer, or to get quotations.

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