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    Loft conversion insurance

    Loft Specialists

    Is loft conversion work generally insured? What insurance is it covered by?

    Asked by duncan on 4th Dec 2020
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    VM CARPENTERY&JOINERY LTD

    "Yes, you should tell your insurer about any changes that will alter your home’s structure, habitability, security or value. For example a loft conversion may increase its value. This will likely affect your buildings and contents insurance premiums. If you’re staying elsewhere while your loft conversion is completed, then you should tell your insurer about this too. Try to give several weeks’ notice. If you’re having serious building work done, consider specialist renovations insurance. This covers against things going wrong with the building work, materials and property owners’ liability."

    Answered on 4th Dec 2020 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
    CMS ltd

    "Make sure that public liability is in place this applies to most work hope this helps"

    Answered on 4th Dec 2020 - Member since Apr 2020 - report
    Hillview services

    "Insurance for the works should be done by the contractor through there business Insurance.

    Once works are completed it will be down to yourself to inform your household insurance company"

    Answered on 29th Dec 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report

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