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ABR insurance offers dual protection: for damage to your yard on the one hand, and for damage caused by your yard to others on the other.

What is ABR insurance?

As a builder or contractor, you know that construction projects are full of risks. From collapsing walls to theft of building materials... you name it.
The all construction site risks insurance offers dual protection:

  • for damage to your yard itself
  • damage caused by your yard to others

Why ABR insurance?

Building with confidence

Lengthy discussions about damage to your yard... You no longer have to worry about that. No more wrangling over who is at fault or who should pay for the damage.
Time is money, your ABR insurance relieves you and reimburses you without questioning liability.

Better a good neighbour than a distant friend

Nothing is more annoying than neighbours experiencing damage to their property due to your work. This too is covered in our ABR insurance. Your peace of mind as well as all surrounding properties are in good hands with Materné.

Protection of your equipment

ABR insurance protects your building materials or equipment that will be installed in the building against theft.

What does ABR insurance cover?

Peace of mind is invaluable, especially on the construction site. Our ABR insurance serves as a shield for any construction partner wishing to guard against unwanted damage, both to the works and on the site itself.
What really sets this insurance policy apart? It protects every construction partner. We do not waste valuable time trying to find the guilty party. Our insurance offers direct intervention for damage on site. Moreover, an additional section can be added to cover third-party damage.

Speed and efficiency are central to our approach. Is it clear that it is a covered claim? Then the claims process switches to a higher gear.
All parties involved can sleep on both ears: the principal, contractor, subcontractors, architects, engineers, safety coordinators, engineering firms, etc.

Our ABR insurance builds a solid foundation of protection and confidence. Damages are turned into opportunities, obstacles turn into milestones on your path to success.

Frequently asked questions

Discover the most frequently asked questions about this insurance. Over the years, we have collected this information and summarise it here. Easy, right?

The ten-year liability insurance focuses on liability for defects after completion.
ABR insurance covers damage and loss during the construction period and is compulsory in certain cases. Contact Materné, we will be happy to check which category you belong to.

ABR insurance begins at the start of operations.
Inform us in good time when you get started.
After provisional acceptance, the maintenance period starts, which usually lasts 12 or 24 months.

As a contractor, you can opt for a subscription policy, in which all sites can be insured. This is more advantageous in many cases.

There is always the option to extend your cover. For example, you can choose to also have damage caused by defective materials covered.
Contact Materné to find out what coverage is included in your policy.
You will be amazed at what an ABR insurance policy will charge.

Theft is a common risk on construction sites. Most ABR insurance policies cover theft of building materials and equipment that will be installed in the home (e.g. cooker, oven, refrigerator, etc.).

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