What else do I need to know?
• be accurate with your insurance provider – saying you have a burglar alarm when you don’t could mean your policy is invalidated, or your claim rejected
• if you have an alarm, use it – if you forget to set the alarm and are burgled that day, it could mean your claim is rejected or only paid in part
• don’t use a dummy alarm – some people buy dummy alarms, thinking they will scare off potential burglars. But having a dummy alarm will not reduce your insurance premium
Use our home insurance comparison service and see how much you could save with an approved burglar alarm.