ICW Group’s new high value structural warranty scheme goes live

structural warranty scheme

ICW Group launches its new high value structural warranty scheme, available to developers building major residential and commercial projects

Thanks to additional capacity from A-rated insurer, Accelerant, ICW Group‘s new high value structural warranty scheme has now gone live.

The scheme provides specialist cover against defects for single structures with a reinstatement value of up to £50m over a period of either 10 or 12 years.

Bespoke structural warranty policies for each project

The policy is specifically tailored for each individual project through a transparent and straightforward underwriting process and includes all the benefits of ICW’s standard cover, such as approval by all major mortgage lenders.

Aaron McCarten, chief operating officer at ICW Group, said: “We’re delighted to extend our offering with the new high value warranty scheme. Our portfolio of products continually evolves to meet our customers’ needs and this policy has been developed in response to feedback from our current and future clients.

“With it, we bring our unique approach to each project, offering a highly experienced and independent perspective on high value projects and a straightforward underwriting process to help simplify what can otherwise be a complicated process.

“That is backed up by our technology platform which further simplifies the process and our ability to design bespoke policies for each and every project.”

ICW is certified by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute

ICW is one of only a few UK national warranty providers to have had their systems and procedures full certified by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute.

They provide residential and commercial building warranties for more than 12,500 projects across the UK, serving 97% of all mortgage lenders.

As well as residential building warranties, ICW also offers CICAIR approved building control services.


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