Whenever you’re looking to start a construction project, you need to make sure you have lots of different legal and insurance aspects covered before you even begin. A lot of the work that goes into these projects has a lot of money riding on it, so you need to be careful in terms of how they eventually pan out. Continue reading “Legal Indemnity Insurance for Construction Projects”
The best bit of advice we can give our clients in the construction industry and others purchasing insurance is don’t get caught up in the trap of thinking insurance is a game of getting the cheapest rate! Continue reading “How do I Make Sure I Have the Right Construction Insurance in Place?”
Property Developers Insurance is a set of differing types of insurance with the sole aim of protecting you against any pitfalls or situations that may arise. Not only will it give you piece of mind but it can also protect you financially. Continue reading “Why do I need Specific Property Developers Insurance?”
What is a restrictive covenant?
A restrictive covenant is a contract that limits the number of uses for land or property. The contract can have historical applications and may even date back hundreds of years. If the covenant is enforced, it will put your development on hold. Continue reading “What is Restrictive Covenants Insurance?”
When it comes to running your own trade business or working for yourself in the construction industry, you need to be fully insured – it’s not just for your benefit, but for the benefit of your staff and your clients, too. Specialist insurance for trades is one of the best things in which you can invest for yourself, and it’s not just because you’ll be covered in the event of an emergency, but because you can save money on your insurance policy, too. Continue reading “Specialist Insurance for Trades”
What we do for you:
At Construction Insure, we take great pride in our specialist knowledge and understanding of the asbestos industry as it’s an area most clients struggle to acquire the correct asbestos insurance coverage for all their activities and assets relating to their company. Continue reading “Liability Insurance For Licensed And Non-Licensed Asbestos Removal”
There is one thing that we can say in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, and that’s that we don’t know what the world will look like once the virus has gone – if that ever happens. At the beginning of 2020, the property market was at a high. The housing market was off to the strongest start since 2016, and then Coronavirus arrived, and the growth that was predicted was abruptly halted. Continue reading “The UK Property Market Post Coronavirus”
There are not many insurers can provide liability insurance for Safety Netting contractors or even understand what they do, but at Construction insure we have extensive knowledge of the trade and how the nets are there to protect workers on site. Safety netting is a high-risk trade which must come with the right insurance and we are here to help you get that at a very competitive premium. Continue reading “Insurance for Safety Netting Contractors”
At Construction Insure we offer the whole package when it comes to property development insurance, from Building Warranties to Contractors All Risk insurance. We know exactly what insurances you will need to keep your project covered, due to having years of experience working alongside Developers and Lenders, who return to us year after year for new projects.
Type of build :
If you are changing the structure of a building by more than 50 % / converting a barn or a residential Continue reading “Our Property Development Insurance Package”
Public and Employers Liability for Roofers using heat needs to be got right. Hot works are a hazard and can cause all sorts of claims due to the use of naked flame. We have had blocks of flats burnt down cars blowing up, houses set alight to name a few.
When taking out insurance for roofing works, you not only need to disclose the heat works you are carrying out and what percentage of your work that equates to, but you also need to be reading the policy endorsements, following insurers guidelines on what they expect from their clients when carrying out such works. Continue reading “Roofers Using Heat Insurance”