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Policy Summary

Protek self build insurance provides optional levels of cover and flexible policy periods, which are tailored to your needs during the quotation process. You can also buy short term top up policies if you run out of cover towards the end of the build. The following policy summary provides an over view of the site insurance cover available from Protek self build.

Cover is available in flexible periods to suit your project irrespective of whether you require just a few months or anything up to 24 months. In addition, we can provide short term policies should you run out of cover at any point. 

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Contract works: new works, temporary works, existing structures & materials

Up to 120% of the sum insured Site insurance policy summary 
Hired plant tools & equipmentUp to £50,000 Legal expenses (professional fees) summary 
Own plant tools & equipmentUp to £50,000 Self build structural warranty policy summary 
Caravan & site hutsUp to £30,000 Acceptance criteria 
Contents of caravan & site hutsUp to £30,000   
Personal possessions Up to £5,000   
Personal accident & broken bonesUp to £20,000   
     
Public liabilityUp to £5m   
Employers liabilityUp to £10m   
     

Legal expenses (professional fees) optional cover

    
Contract disputes£25,000   
Eviction of squatters£25,000   

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SELF BUILD INSURANCE & STRUCTURAL WARRANTY

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Lucas Fettes & Partners Limited T/A Protek
Eden House,
Enterprise Way,
Edenbridge,
Kent,
TN8 6HF

Tel: 0333 456 8030

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