My husband is doing the house insurance and decided to ask what difference it makes if he says I make my glass creations in the garage.
He didn’t ask our current insurer (as he wants to change as they’ve put our contents rate up by 33% despite no claim since the year dot).
The company he asked said NO they won’t insure us because I make something at home which I sell for money ! The woman checked twice but came back and said no and the original ‘sans travail’ quote has been deleted.
Now I make for Country Markets so that rule would preclude every single country marketer from having insurance as most make cakes which they sell.
Am I going slightly mad or is the world or can someone tell me what they do.
PS: There is less chance of my garage burning down through my glass making than via an exploding washing machine or tumble dryer which are also in there. The garage if it burned down would not burn the house down as it is at the bottom of the garden.