Insurance Valuations for Commercial Property

Insurance valuations for residential properties

Insurance Valuations for Commercial Property

Our services cover buildings insurance valuations for private homes which will give you an accurate valuation and fully protect your home in the event of an insurance claim.

Your home should be insured for the cost to rebuild from scratch — this cost may be guessed, based on market value or taken from an inappropriate mortgage valuation.

In these scenarios you may find yourself underinsured and, in the event of a major fire or severe flood, your insurance policy may not respond in the way you would expect.

Barrett Corp & Harrington provide accurate buildings insurance valuations for private homes (Also known as a reinstatement cost assessment) to help eliminate this risk.

An accurate valuation will ensure your home is protected.

Renovation for interior staircase affects buildings insurance valuation
Renovations can add value - has your insurance value been reviewed?
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A crisp contemporary design added value to this home.
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An accurate valuation for a listed home ensures it true value is protected for future generations.
Insurance valuation includes out buildings
Extensive outbuildings, walls and hard landscaping are often forgotten.

The statistics that we have gathered show that three quarters of the private homes we assess for buildings insurance valuations are under-insured.

If your home has been extended or extensively refurbished, is listed, or constructed in materials other than brick, then it is likely that the buildings insurance valuation is too low.

And there may be other factors that are not obvious to the average home owner.

If you are concerned you may be under, or indeed, over-insured, please call us on 01455 293510 or contact via , the BCH office team will be happy to answer your query.

Any questions?
Are you looking for further information regarding the insurance of your residential property? You are welcome to call or send an email via the contact page — with no obligation.