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Leading consumer magazine Which? has named Ecclesiastical’s Home Insurance as a Best Buy for 2023.
Which? is the UK’s leading consumer champion and independently rates thousands of products every year awarding Best Buy, Don’t Buy, Great Value, Eco Buy and Recommended Provider ratings to products and services.
Both Ecclesiastical’s ‘Set Sum Insured’ and ‘Bespoke’ home insurance policies have been rated as Best Buys.
The Best Buy recommendation is only awarded to products and services that receive high scores during thorough testing by independent experts, representing the best in their category.
Which? analyses and rates 21 aspects of buildings cover, 40 areas of contents cover and 25 features in both policies before awarding star ratings and, for the products that score highest, a Best buy recommendation.
This latest positive rating of Ecclesiastical’s home insurance product follows on from the specialist insurer topping Fairer Finance’s Home Insurance league tables for the 17th successive time in the Spring and receiving the Gold Award from Times’ Money Mentor helping to reaffirm Ecclesiastical’s position as a leading provider of home insurance cover.
Richard Coleman, managing director at Ecclesiastical Insurance, said: “I’m delighted to receive a Best Buy rating for our home insurance products from Which?
“Our ambition is to be the most trusted and respected specialist insurance company and this recognition will help new and existing customers to recognise Ecclesiastical as an insurer that provides comprehensive cover and the peace of mind that comes with it.
“As part of the charity owned Benefact Group, every home insurance policy we sell helps to fund good causes in the UK. By doing business with us, our customers are helping to support our goal of doubling our contribution to good causes, helping to transform lives and communities for the better.”