DSH Insurance launches online quoting tool

Eligible veterans and serving personnel can now receive an online quote for their home building insurance at their convenience, any time. DSH Insurance has launched an online quoting tool that’s accessible through its website on all devices.

DSH Insurance National Manager Leona Hardman says the tool helps customers determine how much their home should be insured for, reducing their risk of underinsurance in the event of an unforeseen incident.

‘Estimating the numbers when it comes to home building insurance can be overwhelming,’ Ms Hardman says. ‘It can be easy to over or underestimate your insurance needs. This new online tool will help remove some of the stress that can be associated with this important risk assessment.

‘This is particularly important for those veterans and Australian Defence Force (ADF) members living in areas such as northern Australia, which are at higher risk of cyclones and other natural catastrophes.

The online tool tailors your policy by asking a series of questions about such things as the location and features of your home, leaving no room for assumptions. It also confirms eligibility and provides accurate estimates in minutes.

Curious about how DSH Insurance’s rates compare to your existing home building insurance policy? Explore our convenient, easy-to-use quoting tool today!

DSH Insurance is committed to putting our veterans and their families first. Coupled with expansion in eligibility criteria to include all current and former ADF members with at least one day of service, we are delivering on that commitment by providing a more contemporary service experience, while retaining our key strength of personalised approach.

DSH Insurance offers competitive premiums on comprehensive home building insurance tailored specifically for the Defence and veteran community (including reservists and widow(er)s of those ADF members). Click here to find out if you are eligible

For more information on DSH Insurance products, visit DSH Insurance or call 1300 552 662.