Get home maintenance jobs done and dusted with OUTsurance Help@OUT

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30 May 2022
Yet another #OUTovation for your convenience

OUTsurance has added a new digital feature under the Help@OUT offering. Now you can access trusted service providers to help you keep your home maintained, outside of a claim. The intuitive process, available via the OUTsurance app or the client portal on the OUTsurance website, allows you to find a qualified professional, accept a quote, pay and even rate the work done.

Here's what’s available through the Help@OUT Home Maintenance service:

  • Access control, home automation, and security services.
  • Appliance, TV and satellite repairs.
  • Building, electrical and plumbing services.
  • Garden services, pest control, and refuse services.
  • Locksmiths.
  • Swimming pool, jacuzzi and borehole repairs.

Speaking about the innovation, Danie Matthee, OUTsurance CEO, said, “We’re proud to be there for our clients – always. And that means providing solutions beyond our core insurance offering. In this case, a client can skip all the guesswork and anxiety that comes with sorting out home maintenance work by using a professional, who has been vetted by us, at the right price. All it takes is a couple taps on our app or clicks on our website. It couldn’t be simpler.”

“It’s also a great way to help SMEs connect with our large client base and to provide them with a route to market,” continued Matthee.

Home Maintenance joins a host of other Help@OUT services, created to provide everyday convenience as well as to assist in emergency situations. To find out more about all that’s on offer from Help@OUT, click here.

 

*It’s important to note that regular home maintenance is not an insurable event – i.e. not something you can claim for. Any work done through this service is for a client’s own account.

 

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