What is Site Insurance?
This is often essential for every Self Builder when investing money into your project, whether it is a Conversion, Extension or complete New Build, and covers the building while under construction. It protects against losses caused by fire, flood, theft, vandalism and accidental damage eventualities that could cost time and money. Site Insurance is an integral part to the success of a development, and the tools and materials should not be overlooked in an effort to save a small amount of money.
What Does a Site Insurance Policy Cover?
Most site insurance for property developers will cover tools, plant and site huts or caravans that have been hired and are on site during the project. Just as it is important to secure your home in order to validate the insurance policy it is important to remember to keep the site locked and secured when not in use in order to deter potential thieves. Securing the site in this way not only reduces the risk of crime but it also ensures that, should the worst happen and vital tools and equipment is stolen or vandalised, the property development insurance policy that is covering the site will be perfectly valid and will alleviate the financial repercussions of such an event.
Get a Site Insurance Quote Today
Our team at buildingwarranties.com have a vast depth of knowledge and experience in dealing with the intricacies of building site insurance and we work with a network of underwriters to enable our clients to access an appropriate insurance product. If you would like to obtain a quote for site insurance or would like to find out more about what is covered by such a policy please get in touch today to discuss the matter. You can call directly on 01284 365345 or go to our Contact Us page and fill out our straightforward contact form. Once the form is submitted a member of our team will be in touch.
There are responsibilities of being a site owner, as you have to consider liability to both members of the public and employees, so you shouldn’t skimp on Site Insurance – it’s vital!