You can take your own insurance but you must ensure that it covers good placed in self-storage as not all household insurances provide this cover. You will need to provide us with proof of your cover upon signing your Customer licence. Proof will need to state that it covers goods stored in a self-storage facility, name our store and our full address. It is your responsibility to keep your insurance documentation valid and up to date.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, it doesn’t as insurance depends on the full new replacement value of the goods you are storing. If you need more information about insurance, please contact the store.
The insurance depends on the full new replacement value of your goods if you had to buy them again today. The cost of Robinsons self-storage insurance starts from £3.50 per week for £2,000 of cover. Please get in touch with the store for more detailed information.
Yes, it is. As per our terms and conditions , customers must provide proof of insurance cover for the goods in self-storage or take out our bespoke insurance to validate their contract.
No. Robinsons self-storage insurance is specific to the goods customers are storing, not the type of customers.
Robinsons self-storage insurance covers customers against general normal perils such as fire, flood or malicious damage. For detailed information, please read the terms and conditions.
Why choose Robinsons?
We provide a fast, convenient, reliable and professional service that makes use of the latest materials and technologies. This makes us stand out from the crowd.
Years of experience
We’ve been helping people move and store their personal belongings for more than a century. This has equipped us for any eventuality on moving day.
Putting you first
Our customer-focused approach is what sets us apart in the removals industry. Excellent customer service is at the heart of everything we do.
Our staff want to make moving house as simple for you as possible, whatever your requirements. Speak to one of our team today and they'll talk you through the Robinsons process.