Competitive Structural Warranty Provider ‘Build-Zone’ Launch New Website

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Structural Warranty product provider Build-Zone today launched a new website to accommodate a growing number of enquiries for their structural warranty products. The competitive range of structural warranties on offer from Build Zone provide cover for all areas of house building, social housing and commercial development as well as completed and self-build developments.

The new website will act as an online portal that communicates key industry updates, news and helps with product selection advice.

Build-Zone Director, Simon Middleton said:

“We offer a flexible and competitive approach to warranty provision for all sectors of the construction and building industry. Our range of structural warranty products are appealing to a wider customer base. We have products for Builders, Self-Builders and Commercial Developers. The purpose of the new website is to keep all our Structural Warranty customers updated and communicate key industry issues, news and legislation updates to our growing marketplace.”

The Build-Zone Structural Warranty product provides cover against defects in the design, workmanship or materials of building projects. The wide range of warranty products on offer from Build-Zone will suit most types of development and includes a New Home Warranty which has achieved Designated Warranty Provider status (DWS) in respect of the Warranty link Rule (WLR) by Communities and Local Government (CLG).

For more information on the range of warranty products, visit the site http://www.build-zone.com : or look at the Structural Warranty product range for the following types of project:

  •     New Home Projects
  •     Social Housing Projects
  •     Commercial Projects
  •     Completed Housing Projects
  •     Self-Build Projects
  •     Receivership & Administration Projects

House builders, self builders and commercial builders and developers now have more choice than ever when it comes to selecting structural warranty cover on the properties they are building, extending or refurbishing and converting. Build Zone offers a wide range of innovative, flexible and competitive structural warranty cover options.

Call and arrange a quick quote today on 0845 230 9873.

The website can be found at http://www.build-zone.com

About Buildzone:
Build-Zone is the scheme administrator of the Build-Zone range of warranty products and is a trading style of Sennocke International Insurance Services a business that has been trading in excess of 20 years. Build-Zone has been providing structural warranties since 2003 and is rapidly expanding to become a major force in the provision of structural warranty products across the UK and Ireland. An in-house IT development team utilise technology to improve the efficiency of all areas of the Build-Zone business. In 2010, Build-Zone was approved by the Department of Communities and Local Government as a Designated Warranty Provider for the purposes of the Warranty Link Rule.

Lenders:
Build-Zone is widely accepted by banks and building societies in the UK and we are continually updating lenders on the products we supply and the coverage provided.

Recent News:
Build-Zone meets with CLG approval in respect of Warranty Link Rule.
The Build-Zone Housing Warranty has been granted Designated Warranty Provider (DWP) status in respect of the Warranty Link Rule (WLR) The announcement made by CLG on the 1st September 2010 and is a major step forward for Build-Zone who have been providing structural warranties since 2003. The announcement now enables builders and developers to consider the Build-Zone Housing Warranty as an alternative mainstream warranty provider.

Contact Details:
Build-Zone
Anton House,
South Park,
Sevenoaks,
Kent, UK
TN13 1EB
Telephone: +44 (0)845 230 9873
E-mail: sales(at)build-zone(dot)com
http://www.build-zone.com

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