Are contractors and developers up against it to get the right property developers insurance in place? In order to protect their businesses and their clients properties. Many of the companies offering insurance unfortunately have very little knowledge about contractors combined insurance, contract works insurance or contractors all risk insurance. Continue reading “How to Source the Best Property Developers Insurance”
Property prices have continued to increase during 2021, carrying on the trend seen last year. In fact, we’ve not seen this kind of pricing rise since 2007 and we all know what happened there. With people frantically buying properties, sometimes without even viewing them, are we likely to see this continue? Or will we see a crash in the market, similar to that of the noughties? Continue reading “Property Boom 2021”
Working on roofs can be seen as a higher risk trade and that’s why working with a specialist construction insurance company is of benefit. Whatever the size of your roofing company, whether you are a large contractor or an independent or smaller company, we can help. Continue reading “Insurance Cover for Roofers”
An air conditioning engineer could be considered a high risk trade and therefore the right insurance is key. Whether you are working on a large scale project on a construction site, or fitting one unit to a residential house you need to make sure that you have the correct construction insurance cover in place. Continue reading “What Insurance does an Air Conditioning Engineer Need?”
As premiums continue to soar in the insurance high risk sector, we thought we would investigate certain fields and see what factors push premiums to levels they are reaching. Let us start at the beginning of the alphabet with an A for Asbestos. Asbestos liability insurance is a hard market whether you are a new start up business or require asbestos insurance for a company that has been trading for 3 years +. Continue reading “What is Asbestos and why is it such a high risk to insure?”
First things first, what are higher risk trades within construction?
High risk trades within construction are those which could result in the loss or gain of huge financial remunerations. An example of this could be larger scale construction projects which may be responsible for millions of pounds. Similarly, steel erection, quarrying and diamond drilling are also considered high risk trades, particularly if it is a large-scale project or hundreds, or even thousands, of employees. Even smaller scale projects may be considered higher risk due to the potential dangers of hazardous locations involved so do speak to a specialist insurer to ensure you have appropriate cover. Continue reading “How to Get Insurance for Higher Risk Trades”
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?”