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Optional Excess-Free Glass

Broken glass can be expensive to repair. This optional home cover can help.

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Repair your broken glass with no excess payable

Whether it’s a shower screen, window, fixed mirror or skylight, repairing accidentally broken glass can be expensive and time consuming. But, with this optional cover for your Home Insurance policy, you can get it done without paying an excess.

Optional Excess-Free Glass with Suncorp Home Insurance

What’s included

  • Reasonable and necessary costs to repair or replace fixed glass in windows, doors, skylights and shower screens, in your home.
  • Costs for repair or replacement of frames in windows, doors and shower screens, if necessary to enable the glass to be replaced.
  • No excess to pay when your claim is only for the broken fixed glass.
  • Access to trusted glass repairers.

Exclusions Apply

This optional cover is for certain fixed glass only, so it doesn’t apply to things like drinking glasses, vases, or TV screens.

For more detail, including limits, conditions and exclusions, refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).

Exclusions apply

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For more detail, refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS). The Target Market Determination is also available.

How to get Excess-Free Glass optional cover

If you have a Suncorp Home Insurance policy

Call us on 13 11 55 — 8am-10pm, 7 days a week — to add Excess-Free Glass to your existing Suncorp Home Insurance policy for an additional premium. You’ll need your policy number.

If you’re still considering Suncorp Insurance

When you get a new Suncorp Home Insurance quote, just select the Excess-Free Glass optional cover. 

Exclusions Apply

This optional cover is for certain fixed glass only, so it doesn’t apply to things like drinking glasses, vases, or TV screens.

For more detail, including limits, conditions and exclusions, refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).

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