Build Warranties

Build Warranties
A Structural Warranty is an insurance policy designed to protect funders and homeowners from latent structural defects that may occur following the practical completion of a build.

A Build Warranty covers:
  • Structural Defects insurance
  • Build Warranties
  • New Homes Warranties
  • Housing Warranties

Why it’s important to get independent advice:
  • A Structural Warranty is an insurance policy designed to protect funders and homeowners from latent structural defects that may occur following the practical completion of a build. An example of this – substandard building blocks with high levels of Mica and Pyrite in cement – lead to 5000 houses crumbling
  • Even with a policy in place challenges can occur between the warranty provider and developer meaning developers experience delays in accessing funding and cannot complete with buyers
  • We can help negotiate: Levels of cover, policy wording, technical requirements – all should be done from the outset, often developers overlook or leave it to the contractor
  • Obtaining cover and certificates, both have an impact on the client’s finances and deadlines – we can help chase so the developer’s deadlines are met
Our build warranty expert Doreen has strong relationships with the market-leading 'A'-rated firms. We can help you source the best solutions to allow you to progress your development.

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