C-R-L.com provides 10-year Structural Defects Insurance policies to the residential the commercial construction industry.
Established in 2011, C-R-L.com provides 10-year Structural Defects Insurance policies to the residential and most recently the commercial construction industry throughout the UK and Ireland.
With a vast range of clients including architects, builders and developers, quantity surveyors, insolvency practitioners, fixed charge receivers, self-builders and structural engineers, C-R-L.com offers bespoke solutions for all residential, commercial and mixed use properties with a fast turnaround and a high level of customer service.
CRL’s ten-year structural insurance policies are recognised by all major mortgage lenders in the UK and Ireland and comply with the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) initiative.
For more information please visit: www.c-r-l.com
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