While your home is probably one of the most expensive purchases you'll make, the contents are often quite valuable too, and so John Lewis Home Contents insurance
covers the value of the belongings in your home.
Thus, John Lewis contents insurance covers the property you would usually take with you when you move house (such as furniture, for example), while John Lewis buildings insurance covers the actual structure of your home. Some policies may also cover associated out-buildings (check website for full details).
Very often people will purchase both types of insurance together (i.e. Home and Contents Insurance
), but the choice is yours, and your circumstances will, of course, dictate which options work best for you.
Suffice to say that buildings insurance from John Lewis can range from the most basic to the most comprehensive cover, but is always priced extremely competitively.