Insurance Reinstatement Works including Specification, Tendering and Contract Administration.
Following a burst water tank in the loft, this residential property in Addlestone, Surrey was in need of refurbishment throughout. Chawton Hill attended site to assess the repair works. After detailed meetings with the Client and Loss Adjuster, we produced a specification for the reinstatement works and issued the project to tender.
The insurance reinstatement works included; new ceilings, new carpets, a new kitchen, a full electrical rewire and all associated redecoration works throughout the property.
Following receipt of the tenders, we completed an analysis of the returned costs. Following approvals from both the Client and the Loss Adjuster, we placed the Contractor under Contract.
Chawton Hill then chaired meetings in relation to the works. These included monitoring progress of the works on site and dealing with the valuations and prepared and issued certificates.
If you are involved in property block management or are a loss adjuster similar to Sedgwick, who appointed us on this project and require full Contact Administration and Project Management services then please get in touch.
What Does a Loss Adjuster Do?
Insurance companies might call upon a loss adjuster to investigate an insurance claim, particularly if it’s of a larger value.
A loss adjuster is a claims specialist appointed and paid by the insurance company to investigate a complex or contentious claim on their behalf. They are responsible for establishing the cause of a loss and to determine whether it is covered by your insurance policy. They will therefore visit the site of the loss in order to gather evidence and assess damage.