Churchill magazine

All about eDocs

Updated on: 30 March 2022

Lady using computer

There’s a change afoot at Churchill, and we’re excited to tell you about it. We’ve introduced the use of e-Documents (eDocs) for all our existing and new customers. So, to bring you up to speed with what this means, we’ve got all the info you need to know.

What are eDocs?

eDocs are, quite literally, electronic documents. It means you can now choose to have all your documents stored in our secure platform online, rather than waiting for that all-important envelope in the post.

If you’re using eDocs, you’ll be able to access your policy documents any time, from anywhere, if you’re logged into your account. And you can save them to your laptop or phone, or print them off yourself.

What are the benefits of eDocs?

How you receive your documents is up to you, but there’s a few reasons you might want to consider using eDocs.

For one thing, eDocs are protected against any physical damage – if your house flooded, your electronic documents are still safely stored. They’re also safe from physical security threats, so nobody can break into your home and steal your important info.

We’ll protect your documents with secure encryption, so there’s minimal risks of storing them online.

So, go paperless and don’t worry about losing your insurance documents.

How do I get started?

Existing customers can get in touch any time to ask for their documents to be sent digitally. We’ll send you an email by the end of the next working day with a link to view your documents – you can view them any time from then.

We’ll also ask at renewal, when you’ll have the opportunity to opt into eDocs during the renewal process.

For new customers, we’ll check with you during your quote how you’d like to receive your documents. Just let us know you’d prefer eDocs. Then, we’ll send you an email within the next working day, when your documents are ready to view in our dedicated portal.

You can change back to paper documents any time by getting in touch with us.

Related articles

fitting a new kitchen

Things to consider when fitting a new kitchen

Whether you're hiring a skilled carpenter or fitting the kitchen yourself, there are many things to consider.
A rat is seen lurking under some furniture.

Five ways you could invalidate your home insurance cover

You may not know that there are some things that can invalidate your cover. To help make sure this doesn't happen to you, we've put together a list of the most common ways this can happen.
A clean and crisp white bathroom suite.

Tips to fit a new bathroom

Fitting a new bathroom can be a great way to breathe new life into a tired room, but you'll want to be sure you go about it the right way. As you'll find out, it's a little more complicated than picking out a new three-piece suite.