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LABC Warranty provide a range of structural warranties for developers, contractors, housing associations & self-builders.
Since 2007 LABC Warranty has worked in partnership with Local Authority Building Control (LABC) to provide structural warranties. Our unique partnership with LABC means we can provide building control and warranties throughout England and Wales using the combined technical expertise of over 3,500 surveyors.
We have been providing warranty cover for over 10 years, working with some of the largest housebuilders and commercial contractors in the country. All of our policies are underwritten by 'A' rated global insurers, ensuring you and your buyers are protected for the duration of the policy. As a founding member of the Consumer Code for Home Builders homebuyers will benefit from having the added protection offered by the code. Our cover is accepted by all leading UK mortgage lenders helping you and your buyers secure finance easily.
We understand the hard work and dedication that it takes to deliver quality homes, which is why our awards are designed to recognise developers who go the extra mile. Our annual awards ceremony, The Bricks, rewards developers, housing associations and contractors for delivering exceptional sites. The Site Manager awards recognises Site Managers who achieve the highest standards in housebuilding.
As one of the partners of the New Homes Review we understand that it's not just about the awards, we strive to provide valuable feedback from your customers and an independent rating to show buyers your customer satisfaction.
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