Contact Works Insurance

This insurance provides cover against risks building projects against loss or damage.

Typically, a Contract Works Insurance policy will cover:

  • Loss or Damage to the insured construction project
  • Loss or damage to third party property
  • Personal Injury to a third party person

Insurable risks for domestic and commercial builders via contract works may include: Fire, water, storm, flood, landslip, material damage, existing property, tools and machinery, demolition, professional fees, mitigation costs, removal of debris, transit, off site storage, loss of rent, loss of profits.

We can also source cover for owner builder of residential constructions.

If you are a builder looking for either an annual or one- off project contract works you have come to the right place for a competitive quote on a suitable policy.

The team at BluePrint Insurance can source suitable cover for the insurable risks during both the construction and maintenance stages of projects. Our business insurance brokers are specialists in contract works for domestic and commercial builders.

Monthly payment plans can be easily arranged to assist with cash flow.

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