About Swinton Insurance
Swinton Insurance was established over 60 years ago in 1957 by Ken Snowcroft. By 1964, he’d opened the first high street branch and by 1987 Swinton was a household name, with over 220 branches.
Swinton Insurance are committed to their original personal approach to providing insurance, with a wide range of insurance products; from home insurance to car insurance, commercial to taxi insurance, as well as services such as breakdown cover.
Swinton go the extra mile, taking time to listen to their customers and working hard to find the best possible deal.
What types of cover does Swinton Insurance offer?
Swinton compare home insurance quotes from a number of specially selected insurers to ensure that you get the lowest price possible. Accidental damage cover and home emergency cover can also be added as optional extras.
You can choose between three levels of combined buildings and contents insurance cover; plus, any add-ons you may need:
- Essentials – covers you for the basics:
- Alternative accommodation
- Freezer contents
- Replacement locks and loss of keys
- Classic – a level of cover to suit most homes, with all the benefits of Essentials, and more:
- Theft from outbuildings
- 10% cover increase on special occasions
- Cover against damage or theft of garden items
- Premier – extra features and higher limits than Classic cover:
- Legal protection
- Matching sets cover
- Student cover
Swinton also offer home insurance policies for homes that are:
- At risk of flooding
- High-value or listed
- Timber-frame builds
- Holiday homes or second homes
Why choose Swinton Insurance?
- With over 60 years of experience caring for their customers’ needs, you can trust Swinton to find you the best possible home insurance policy to suit your specific needs.
- Swinton are dedicated to a personal approach when it comes to finding you the right deal for insurance and they have a rating of 4.3 out of 5 on Trustpilot (as of March 2020).
- Swinton offer combined buildings and contents insurance from just £117 per year. At the end of 2019, 10% of new Swinton customers paid £117 or less for their combined buildings and contents insurance policies annually, according to their website.