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Our Hoist Insurance policy provides cover should your hoist be damaged or vandalised.
Covers your equipment against loss or damage, up to the value stated on your policy schedule, as a result of the following:
- Accidental Damage
- Malicious Damage, Vandalism, and Theft
- Fire, Storm or Flood
This policy doesn’t cover wear and tear or third party liability.
As with any insurance policy, limits and exclusions apply. Please get in touch with us or read the full policy documentation here for further information.
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