What are Cash and Valuable Ratings?
Published on Wed, Jun 28, 2017 2:26 PM
Cash and Valuable Ratings Explained
When you are looking at buying a safe or researching into the various types of safes that could suit your requirements, cash and valuable ratings could be quite confusing.
Some insurance companies will specify these factors for you, which makes things a lot easier. However, if you have not been instructed to buy a safe via insurers, choosing which cash and valuable rating could be a daunting task.
Community Grade Safes
Safe grades have corresponding cash and valuable ratings. Below is a table outlining the ratings for each grade of safe.
|Grade of Safe||Cash Rating||Valuable Rating|
This amount tells you how much cash can be stored in your safe at any time.
This is the total value of items that you can store within your safe.
If you wish to store both cash and valuables inside your safe at the same time, you can work out what can be covered by insurance by deducting the amount of cash you wish to store from the cash rating, and then times the remaining amount by 10 to work out the valuable rating you have left.
For example, if your safe has a cash rating of £4000 the standard valuable rating for this would be £40,000. If you wish to store £800 cash in the safe, working out what’s left of your valuable rating can be done as so 4000 – 800 x 10 (4000 – 800 = (3200 x10) = 32,000.
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