Who are Urban Jungle?
Urban Jungle was founded in 2016 by a team from both in and outside the insurance industry who wanted to shake up what they saw as a traditional industry designed for homeowners.
Using smart technology, Urban Jungle has built a contents insurance policy specifically designed for renters, with flexible cover options designed to help younger customers get all their stuff protected.
Urban Jungle is regulated by the FCA and underwritten by Great Lakes Insurance SE, UK Branch.
Why choose Urban Jungle?
- Designed with renters in mind
- Fair and transparent prices with monthly rolling payments from £5/ per month
- Get a quote in just five questions with a simple, jargon-free process
- You can cancel instantly or make changes 24/7 online for free
- Design your policy to suit your needs by adding bolt-ons like out-of-home or outbuildings cover
- Accidental damage and tenants’ liability included as a standard
- Referral scheme rewards gives you and your friends discounts
- Speak to a team of experts on live chat or phone support.
What you should know
You can fully customise your policy to suit your personal needs. Choose contents cover worth between £10,000 and £40,000 for all of your furniture, appliances, electronics, clothes and anything else you keep at home. The following are covered as standard:
- Fire and smoke
- Theft and vandalism
- Storms and floods
- Accidental damage
- Tenants liability
- Household leaks
- Public liability
- Alternative accommodation
Contact Urban Jungle
Online chat: here, available Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm
Finding the right cover
It’s important to do plenty of research before buying renters insurance so that you can be certain you’ve chosen the right cover to suit your needs. Home insurance policies can vary widely depending on which provider you go to, so check the cover limits and exclusions carefully before buying.
You’ll need to look after your property as insurance is not a maintenance contract and won’t cover damage caused by wear and tear.
You should also make sure it is secured properly, as if you’ve been negligent and someone breaks in, any claim you make is likely to be refused.