How to convert large properties into luxury apartments FAQs

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We’ve seen an increase recently in the number of renovators looking for insurance to cover converting large properties into luxury apartments. Splitting a large property into multiple units can have lots of benefits for the renovator, from increased profits to increased demand for smaller property or flats. Here we tackle some of the most frequent questions. Continue reading…


Renovation Insurance: insuring a partially completed project

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Having to insure your renovation works mid-project is not ideal, but may be necessary for a variety of reasons. Find out more about what you need to bear in mind when insuring a partially completed project and how we at Renovation Insurance Brokers can help. Continue reading…


The Joint Fire Code: protecting your property from fire

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As work begins on rebuilding the Grade A listed Glasgow School of Art (GSA) after fire tore through it six months ago, we’ve turned our attention to the importance of ensuring your property is protected in the event of fire breaking out during the renovation process. Continue reading…


Unusual renovations: Keeling House water tank

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In our line of business we come across our fair share of unusual projects requiring renovation insurance. One such project that caught our attention recently was the proposed renovation of London’s Keeling House – or, more accurately, the water tank on top of the building. Continue reading…


Why you should enlist the help of renovation insurance brokers for your high-end property

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Risk is never absent when dealing with properties. Purchasing a car has risks, building a house has risks and even being employed has risks. However, when you own an unusually high-value item (such as a high-end property), the necessity to keep your investment secure is more vital than ever. This is the main reason why the insurance industry is thriving nowadays. Continue reading…