Home insurance



Compare home insurance from over 40 providers and save up to £146*

At Compare For Cancer, this home price comparison is quick and easy to use. There are two types of home insurance cover available. These can be taken out separately or get both from the same company in a combined home insurance policy. 

Find A Better Quote

You could find a better quote and help to raise vital funds towards finding a cure for cancer.


GET QUOTED FROM OVER 40 UK home INSURANCE PROVIDERS, INCLUDINg:

AXA

Hastings Direct

Go Skippy

Swinton Insurance

Frontier

One Call Insurance

M& S Bank

Policy Expert

What is home insurance?

Home insurance offers homeowners reassurance. Having home insurance will protect your property and the contents against any damage or theft if the worst happens. A home insurance policy will help cover the costs of any harm to your home that is deemed unavoidable, including fires, flood damage, and stolen valuables. Although home insurance is not a legal requirement it is a cover that is highly recommended offering peace of mind for if something goes wrong.


What are the different types of home insurance?

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Building Insurance

This covers the physical property including any permanent fittings such as doors and sinks.

Contents Insurance

This covers the content of your home against any damage or theft, this included TV’s and sofas

Combined Insurance

This covers both the property and its contents and will be all through the same insurer.


Why compare home insurance here ?

Not only is this comparison service quick and easy but all of our profits will be donated to cancer charities across the UK. 

You could save money on your home insurance whilst helping to make a difference!

You could save up to £146* 

*51% of consumers could save up to £146.11 on their Home Insurance (Building & Contents). The saving was calculated by comparing the cheapest price found with the average of the next six cheapest prices quoted by insurance providers on Seopa Ltd’s insurance comparison website. This is based on representative cost savings from March 2022. The savings you could achieve are dependent on your individual circumstances.