Insurance Vs Protection

April 24, 2021 admin_kuber

We all have precious items in our collection – an expensive engagement ring, a luxury watch with a personal engraving, or a necklace passed down through the generations. Expensive as these items are, people who own them have often made a significant financial and emotional investment in them.

It is no surprise then, that when these prized possessions are lost or stolen, the distress and sense of loss can be enormous. There is no way to compensate for the emotional loss caused by loss or theft of jewellery and precious items. People often end up insuring their contents for peace of mind.

Insurance Vs Protection
Is insurance the best protection for your jewellery and precious items?

We all know that most home and contents insurance policies will provide a limited level of cover for your jewellery if it is lost, accidentally damaged or stolen. If this cover is insufficient for the value of your jewellery, you may be able to apply for additional cover for specified or listed items, usually in exchange for an increased premium.

At best, this remains a form of financial compensation with no guarantee of your lost or stolen items ever coming back to you.

Is that enough? Wouldn’t it be ideal if you were sure that your valuables are really safe from theft and damage?

Yet these valuables are kept ‘safe’ in a cupboard at home. Protected by a lock, and a prayer.

Till recently, there was no option available. But Kuber Vaults has changed all that. Now you can keep your valuables absolutely safe and secure in a safety locker at Kuber Vaults in Castle Hill. Thousands of families in Sydney’s West have welcomed Kuber Vaults into their lives, knowing that they don’t have to stress about their valuables every time they go away to work or on holidays.

It’s true! For almost the price of a coffee a week, you can keep your valuables safe and secure in a safety locker at Kuber Vaults. No worry, no stress.

Kuber Vaults is a world class Safe Deposit Box (Locker) facility with state-of-the-art security features such as biometric security and 24 hour surveillance to ensure security for our clients’ valuables. We have a range of locker sizes to choose from and a dedicated customer service team to give you complete value for money and of course, total peace of mind.

  • Open Monday to Sunday, including public holidays
  • Convenient Castle Hill location
  • World class security protocol
  • 5 different safety locker sizes to suit your needs
  • Prices starting from as low as $18 a month

Kuber Vaults provides 5 conveniently sized safety deposit box sizes to suit varied safekeeping requirements for your valuables and precious items. Our smaller boxes are perfect for the storage of cash, jewellery, precious metals, valuable coins and computer back-up discs while mid-sized range containers are designed for securely retaining documents and papers, house deeds, wills or similar significant items.

The largest boxes are ideal for extensive items such as luxury watch collections or previously boxed jewellery. In addition to our secured, locker box sizes, we also offer a walk-in Safe Room which is ideal for securing and protecting large items such as paintings, sculptures and other art works, as well as valuable furniture or other large and precious items

Remember, safety starts with awareness and security starts with Kuber Vaults. To sign up with Kuber Vaults call 1800 058 237 or visit www.kubervaults.com.au

1. Home insurance puts your jewellery and your fridge in the same bucket.
2. Majority of home insurance claims departments have one goal: to settle at the lowest amount.  
3. Home insurance companies stay away from explaining your entitlements until you have a claim.
4. Home insurance companies say it’s your responsibility to keep your jewellery values up to date.
5. Most home insurance companies would never question whether or not an item of jewellery is being over insured… it just means more premium.
6. Majority of home insurers try to force claimants to go to the insurer’s preferred suppliers when there is a claim.

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