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A property conversion can be an exciting project to undertake. However, it can also be incredibly stressful and come with a huge range of risks.  Conversion insurance can provide sufficient protection which you are conducting a property conversion project. Whether you are converting a barn, flat, farm buildings or commercial property, having insurance can bring peace of mind.

Why do I need Conversion Insurance?

Conversions will typically be a massive undertaking. Furthermore, they are often undertaken on buildings in a poor condition. Projects are not only expensive, but costs can rise further when things go wrong, or accidents happen.

Having conversion insurance means you have the protection in place for the project duration. It can cover the tools and equipment you need for the conversion which is often an oversight for people. Thieves can pray on construction sites due to the expensive tools that may be available. If your tools are stolen, then you not only face extra costs but a longer, more expensive conversion project.

Another essential aspect of conversion insurance is the coverage for accidents. It is likely that there’ll be many people involved in the conversion. From third-party contractors to friends and family, you’ll want to make sure everyone is safe and protected while on site.

Conversion insurance typically covers both employer’s liability and public liability. This means you can have complete peace of mind that you have cover in the event of an accident or injury.

One aspect of conversion insurance that you may want to include is coverage for legal expenses. This can help with any legal wrangles you may face regarding contract issues and disputes. With this in place, you have the chance of a safer, in-budget conversion project.

Do you have questions about Conversion Insurance?

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