Skip to main content
Become a member


Home and Contents Insurance

Front door step of a family home

Preferred programme, specially negotiated for IoD members

Planning to carry out building works on your home?

Before the work begins, it’s important to remember that you need to inform your insurer. ‘Most home insurance policies incorporate a condition which states that the individual must notify their insurer if they plan to carry out works to their home and failure to do so can affect the coverage provided or worse, invalidate the policy entirely,’ says Tim Slattery, Hiscox Personal Lines Underwriting Manager. New Renovation and Extension Insurance is now available from Hiscox.

Find out more

Be confident with home insurance cover from Hiscox.

Unlike many standard insurers, Hiscox Unlimited Home Insurance covers all individual items or sets worth up to £15,000, to help make sure you’re never underinsured. Find out more about their unlimited cover.

There is no need to buy separate policies for your possessions as Hiscox Home Insurance provides cover for art, collections, jewellery and high value bikes.

Why choose IoD Home and Contents Insurance?

  • Save 12.5 per cent on Hiscox’s standard rates (subject to underwriting criteria)
  • Over 98 per cent of Hiscox customers surveyed who have made a claim would recommend them*
  • Individual items or sets under £15,000 are covered as standard – you don’t need to list them or buy separate cover
  • High quality cover for your second and third UK homes available
  • Comprehensive cover for home building works available as an extension to your main policy
  • Could save with a 25 per cent no claims discount when you switch to Hiscox

Find out more

Compare with competitors

Not an IoD member? Save five per cent

*Source: Insight Now, Dec 2015-Feb 2016, 179 surveys.
Terms and conditions apply. For full terms and conditions see hiscox.co.uk/iod.
The Institute of Directors is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Hiscox Underwriting Ltd., which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. For UK residents only.