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Private Client
Works

Building foundations

Seamless and comprehensive insurance cover for UK home projects, renovations and extensions.

  • Non negligent liability – Cover for works that your client is carrying out on their home but causes damage to a third party’s property and no one is notably negligent.
  • Plant hire – Option to purchase plant hire to protect contractors plant and equipment that is hired in to complete your client’s home works project.
  • Alternative accommodation – If in the event of an unfortunate loss, your client’s home is left uninhabitable, alternative accommodations will be arranged.
  • Property owners’ liability – Cover to protect your client as a property owner for any liability that is brought against them.
  • All risks cover – The existing structure and contract works are fully covered with little restrictions.
  • On and offsite storage – Cover for materials stored on and off site that are used to complete the works project.

All risks comprehensive cover for home renovation projects for your client, brick by brick.

£500
Minimum works premium
£500
Minimum works Excess
  • Non-negligent Liability
  • Alternative Accommodation
  • Property Owners’ Liability
  • On and Offsite Storage
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020 3319 8888

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020 3319 8999

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