JCT 5.4C Insurance
This version of a JCT contract specifies that the contractor is added to the buildings insurance, making it a ‘joint names’ policy. However, you may not be able to add the contractor to basic home insurance. This is because some policies of this type include a ‘contractor’s clause’ which specifically excludes claims where the builder is held responsible. This clause also applies to other contractors on the project. But, because we have construction-specific contacts we’ve built up over many years, we will make sure you get the policies that cover you, financially and legally, for your build.
Other types of JCT Insurance which may be relevant to your build
There are various types of JCT that may be more applicable to your project. We’ll give you the guidance you need to make sure you get the correct one. So get in touch today to find out more.
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Whatever your JCT 5.4C insurance requirements, please get in touch today for a free no obligation quotation.