If you have a home whether as a homeowner or a tenant, getting home insurance should at the top of your list. You should want to give getting home insurance the same priority that you would give to buying home appliances. Not taking home insurance comes with some risks. Some of such risks are discussed subsequently.
You could suddenly become homeless
The respite we get from our home is something that we would never appreciate until our home is suddenly not there again. There would be nothing worse than filling your home with beautiful furniture from Domayne, to only have it all destroyed. Have you ever sat down to imagine going out and then coming back and then you suddenly find out that there is no home to return to? When you do this, you might get to appreciate having a roof over your head and why it is very important to protect the home with every means possible. Irrespective of how much we try to protect our home, there are a lot of things that could make us lose our homes. It could be natural disasters like a storm or flood or artificial like the house being set on fire. Irrespective of the means through which you lost your house, the implication is that you would not have a place to live in. if you did not have home insurance and enough money to get yourself a permanent or temporary place immediately, you could be forced to relocate to an IDP, under the bridge or roam the streets.
You could lose all your property
Another major risk of not having home insurance is that you could lose all your property. In most cases, an event that will make you lose your house will most likely make you lose all your property as well. If there is a fire or water disaster, it would affect your property as well and the water could spoil them, or they could be burnt. Things like your Issie 3.5 seater fabric lounge from Domayne could be lost to the world. However, there are a lot of other events that could make you lose your property. It could be water bursting from a pipe or an armed robbery attack. Without home insurance that covers your property, you would be forced to start saving to buy those items again. If you have very expensive items that got destroyed in the room, then what would have become the responsibility of an insurance company could take you years to get.
Most home insurance policies also cover expensive repairs. Imagine there was heavy rain accompanied by wind that pools off the roof of your house. The insurance company would be responsible for helping you fix back the roof of the building. Chances are that when the roof was pulled up, water entered parts of your house and destroyed your things. Without insurance companies, you would have to bear the burdens of the repairs and the replacements.