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Aedis provide building control and structural warranties for contractors, self-builders, developers and architects in the UK.
Our range of complementary building and insurance solutions means we can add value, reduce risk and minimise costs by linking multiple aspects of a construction project together.
With a personal, professional, practical approach and commitment to exceptional service, we can help make ambitions a reality whether you're building a small domestic extension, designing your dream home, planning a housing development or working on multi-million-pound commercial project.
As an approved inspector, we offer a straightforward alternative to local authority building control.
We work with clients across England & Wales to ensure compliance with building regulations at all stages; full plans appraisal is followed by site inspections from our own experts leading to completion certification.
Operating from a national network of offices, clients benefit from a dedicated project manager, consistent interpretation of regulations and efficient service.
We will be offering a free building regulations plans check at stand 102 so please drop by with your plans (or ideas) for a professional consultation with our team.
A structural warranty is an insurance policy designed to provide cover against damage caused by defects in the design, workmanship, materials or components in new buildings or converted properties. It provides peace of mind and is required by most lenders to secure finance or mortgage funding.
And if you decide to sell the property before the structural warranty expires, the policy can be transferred to the new owner for the remainder of the term.
We provide insurance protection and technical inspection for structural warranties and our specialist team deliver a bespoke service to a range of domestic and commercial projects throughout the UK.
With policies designed to suit the needs of various projects, we can provide cover for many types of development:
- New homes
- Completed housing
- Social housing
- Large-scale multiple units
- Commercial developments