Whether it’s a barn or a
new town house you
know it’s going to be a
challenge when it comes
to insurance!
Insurance for se...
Remember, the
renovation or conversion
project you are
embarking on is unique,
so deal with an expert
that understands tha...
All new build projects are
different, so talk to an
expert that understands
that.
Insurance for self-
builders & renovator...
£220,000 Fire Loss
£492 premium
Site Insurance
Legal Expenses
Structural Warranty
New Build
Site Insurance
Existing Structure
Legal Expenses
Possibly a Structural
Warranty
Conversion
Extension
Renovation
Site Insurance should be
purchased when you
exchange contracts on
the plot or building you
wish to renovate.
Site Insurance
New Works
Public Liability
Employers Liability
Plant & Equipment
Caravan & Contents
Personal Possessions
Personal Accident...
Arrange this PRIOR to
submitting a Building
Regulation Application to
SAVE money.
Structural Warranty
We can cover propert...
Contracts
Just how trusting are you
going to be?
Claims
Some general tips...
ID Visitors/Delivery
Drivers
Out of Sight out of Mind
Some general tips...
Security
Health & Safety
Some general tips...
My contractor has
Insurance already, do I
need Site Insurance?
FAQ
Will Public Liability be
enough?
FAQ
Do I have to have Site
Insurance or a Structural
Warranty?
FAQ
Do I have to have Site
Insurance or a Structural
Warranty?
Thanks for listening, are
there any questions?
We are on stand
156
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Self Build Site Insurance Masterclass - Advice on insurance for self builders and renovators

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Self-Build Zone Director, Simon Middleton spoke at the recent Homebuilding & Renovating Show’s Masterclass Programme on FRIDAY 5th NOVEMBER at 11.30am where he delivered specialist advice on site insurance and warranties and give an introduction to insurance for self-builders and renovators.

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  • We have all heard it before – “Yes of course Mr Smith, It’s not a problem - we will definitely be here all day tomorrow.”Or – “Oh yes I forgot we said we would install the drive as well”.A contract is the glue that seals the relationship between a client and his contractor, consultant or supplier and it is essential to ensure that the terms of any deal are clearly written and protect the home-owner’s interests.The truth is most of us can’t afford to take the chance and although the legal expenses cover I was describing earlier will assist you with a dispute, its only in relation to contractual disputes so if you don’t have a contract, its not going to respond.How many of you have thought about getting your professional, contractors and tradesmen to sign up contractually but worried about the cost for contracts?How much do you think that might cost ? £100 £200? £500??Self-Build Zone has teamed up with Contractstore to provide a solution for you that will provide your contract requirements for £49 + VAT.
  • Self Build Site Insurance Masterclass - Advice on insurance for self builders and renovators

    1. 1. Whether it’s a barn or a new town house you know it’s going to be a challenge when it comes to insurance! Insurance for self- builders & renovators.
    2. 2. Remember, the renovation or conversion project you are embarking on is unique, so deal with an expert that understands that. Insurance for self- builders & renovators.
    3. 3. All new build projects are different, so talk to an expert that understands that. Insurance for self- builders & renovators.
    4. 4. £220,000 Fire Loss £492 premium
    5. 5. Site Insurance Legal Expenses Structural Warranty New Build
    6. 6. Site Insurance Existing Structure Legal Expenses Possibly a Structural Warranty Conversion Extension Renovation
    7. 7. Site Insurance should be purchased when you exchange contracts on the plot or building you wish to renovate. Site Insurance
    8. 8. New Works Public Liability Employers Liability Plant & Equipment Caravan & Contents Personal Possessions Personal Accident & Broken Bones Legal Expenses Has work started? Site Insurance
    9. 9. Arrange this PRIOR to submitting a Building Regulation Application to SAVE money. Structural Warranty We can cover properties that have been completed and require a warranty retrospectively to sell on.
    10. 10. Contracts Just how trusting are you going to be?
    11. 11. Claims Some general tips...
    12. 12. ID Visitors/Delivery Drivers Out of Sight out of Mind Some general tips... Security
    13. 13. Health & Safety Some general tips...
    14. 14. My contractor has Insurance already, do I need Site Insurance? FAQ
    15. 15. Will Public Liability be enough? FAQ
    16. 16. Do I have to have Site Insurance or a Structural Warranty? FAQ
    17. 17. Do I have to have Site Insurance or a Structural Warranty?
    18. 18. Thanks for listening, are there any questions? We are on stand 156

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