An insurance reinstatement cost assessment is used to calculate the potential cost to rebuild a property and provide a ‘day one reinstatement’ figure, also known as the declared value. It is essential for property owners to arrange regular assessments of their property to ensure that they are adequately insured in the event of a fire or other total loss event.
How we can help
Brio Building Consultancy can produce reinstatement cost assessments confirming the time and estimate of total reconstruction following destruction, or damage, by an insured risk. Accurate assessments are essential to ensure that the full extent of any loss is properly covered.
How we work with you
Our reports are concise and easy to navigate enabling us to provide a cost effective and prompt service whilst allowing you to access the information you need without unnecessary narrative.
- Grade II Listed bank, Bognor Regis.
- 1980s leisure centre, Truro.
- Georgian townhouse, Queen Square, Bristol.
- Bowling club, public conveniences and Grade II Listed bandstand, Swindon.
I want to enquire about insurance reassessment cost assessments
Great news! Please provide us with any of the following information so that we can start to build a picture of the property and prepare an accurate quote:
- Property address.
- Floor plans.
- Gross internal area (GIA).
- Previous Day One Declared Value.