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Contract works insurance covers construction work that’s in progress on a building site. You will need it if you have any client contracts that make you responsible for partly-completed work.
For example, you’re midway through building an extension when a fire sweeps through the construction site. Your contract works insurance could cover the cost of redoing the work that’s been damaged by the fire.
Your contract works insurance can’t cover all risks - it won’t cover damage caused by terrorism, for example - but it will usually cover risks like fire, flood, storm, vandalism and theft.
When you buy contract works insurance you need to choose a cover level that matches the total cost of your largest project. You need to think about what it would cost to redo the work from scratch, including labour and materials.
Use Simply Business to build a tailored policy for your construction business. Your core cover will be public liability insurance, and then you can choose to add contract works insurance, plus other additional covers like tools insurance and plant insurance.
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Contract works insurance covers work in progress on a construction site. Construction companies need it if their client contracts hold them responsible for unfinished work. The insurance can pay to redo the work if it’s damaged by an insured event like fire, flood, storm, vandalism or theft.
Contract works insurance can cover the cost of repairing or redoing work on a construction site if it’s damaged or destroyed while it’s in progress. It can cover the cost of the labour, materials and tools that are needed to restore the work if it’s damaged by an insured event like fire or flood.
The cost of your contract works insurance depends on several factors, including your business activities and cover level. Remember that your cover level must be the cost of your largest project. The quickest way to get a price is to run a business insurance quote, including contract works insurance.
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