Our Shield packages are a great way to protect your boilers, controls and electrical wiring. With a range of payment methods, they're also easy to pay for.
Whether you choose a monthly Direct Debit or a one-off annual payment, you'll find information below on how to get covered.
Monthly Direct Debit payments are the easiest way to pay for your Shield cover. A Direct Debit is an instruction you give to your bank or building society. It authorises us to collect payment for your cover.
The benefits of paying by Direct Debit are:
The Direct Debit Guarantee promises:
To find out more about your rights, visit the Direct Debit Guarantee website.
It's easy to set up a Direct Debit when you sign up for Shield cover. You'll need your bank details to hand.
You can also pay for your Shield cover with an annual Direct Debit. To pay this way, please contact us.
Please get in touch if you need to change any of the details of your Direct Debit.
If you want to cancel a Direct Debit, please tell us first.
If you cancel your Direct Debit without letting us know, you may still owe payments for your cover. Cancelling your Direct Debit will also mean you are no longer protected by our Shield cover.
If you still want to stop your Direct Debit after talking to us, you need to contact your bank or building society.
There are other ways to pay for your Shield cover. You can also pay with a one-off annual payment by cheque, credit card or debit card.
If you choose to pay by these methods, you need to make the payment before your cover starts.
If you'd like to pay for your cover by cheque, credit card or debit card, then please contact us.
If you're paying by credit or debit card you'll need your card to hand when you talk to us. Card payments may be subject to a handling fee.