I just thought I would seek advice from our wonderful community.
I recently suffered problems with my central heating, with the boiler pressure dropping and having to be topped up every day.
Unable to find any obvious sources of leaks and no signs of any water damage from ceilings etc, I decided to call in the experts, a Trace and Access company, it appeared that any cost would be covered by house insurance, less of course the excess
After numerous tests he eventually found the leak under the floor in the hall.
After talking to my insurance company this morning with a view to making a claim for Trace and Access costs, I was informed that as the building wasn't damaged the claim would not be covered, regardless of the fact that if I had just kept topping up, eventually it would have caused damp problems.
Has anyone else suffered claim rejection on those grounds and what did you do to rectify the situation.
I don't know now if it's worth bothering, I'll only get about £300 back, and future renewal premiums will rise in the event of a successful clsim