McKenzie Finance

If you own your own home, you’ll need to have buildings cover just in case your home is damaged and needs a repair. It’s usually a condition of your mortgage and, if you’re a landlord, it’s your responsibility – not your tenants.

Although it’s not compulsory, if you own your own home this sort of insurance should be a top priority.

Home insurance is a general term used to describe two very different types of insurance:

  • Buildings insurance – for permanent fixtures and fittings, like kitchens and bathrooms
  • Contents insurance – for things you keep in your home, like furniture, TVs, personal belongings and some types of flooring including carpets

You can buy both types of insurance separately, or in many cases, you can get them as a joint policy from one insurance company.

We can search through a range of policies to find the one that suits you best from our extensive list of insurers.

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Why choose McKenzie Finance?

Our clients choose to trust us over the competition because of the way we conduct our business.

We offer you professional mortgage advice.
We continue to monitor the market place and will keep you updated on opportunities
If you are looking to insure the contents of your home or to arrange life cover we can help
If you are looking to protect your monthly mortgage payments we can offer advice on products from a range of providers.

Call us on 0114 327 3800 to speak to one of our advisors today.


McKenzie Financial Services Ltd. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority who oversees all financial business in the UK. You can find us on their website Our registration number is 455688. Our registered address 1 Churchill Way, Sheffield, S35 2PY

Where you have a complaint or dispute with us and and we are unable to resolve this to your satisfaction then we are obliged to offer you the Financial Ombudsman Service to help resolve this. Please see the following link for further details: