Why do we need warranty? Keepmoat has got it covered…

Are you planning on buying a Keepmoat home in the future but worry about it standing the test of time? Relax…because if you choose to buy with us you can be safe in the knowledge that your home will be covered by a ten year warranty.

If insurance mumbo-jumbo isn’t your forte, our super quick guide will help you make sense of everything. Read on to find out more…


NHBC is the leading warranty and insurance provider for new homes in the UK. A whopping 80% of UK new builds in fact! What’s more, these properties benefit from the NHBC’s comprehensive warranty and insurance policy known as ‘Buildmark’.

What is Buildmark?

Buildmark covers a wide range of issues over the ten year warranty period including:

  • Losing your deposit due to fraud committed by your builder.
  • Repairing defects that are not general wear and tear or maintenance issues.
  • If there is damage to your home because the builder failed to build parts of your home under the NHBC requirements.
  • Contaminated land.

To find out more about what you are covered for, visit www.nhbc.co.uk

Local Authority Building Control – LABC

The LABC New Home Warranty is a new home warranty underwritten by AmTrust Europe Limited and administered by MD Insurance Services Limited.

This ten year, new home, insurance policy covers your home from structural defects. It’s designed to give you peace of mind, as well as being a condition of any mortgage application that a structural warranty is in place for newly built properties.

Do insurance policies give you a headache? Seek advice from of our helpful customer service team at: https://www.keepmoat.com/about-us/enquiry

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