Our track record says it all. The proof is in the pudding. We know that each and every bunnyhome is beautifully built. We build to a high standard, allowing ourselves time to do things right.
We scrutinise every little detail, every step of the way, investing in quality workmanship and using tried and tested materials. Without exception, every newly built bunnyhome is built this way, but even so, as part of the Consumer Code for Home Builders, we take out insurance (at our cost), that covers you in the very unlikely event of a problem popping up.
It’s a 10-year NHBC warranty, from the National House Building Council, the UK’s leading new build insurer, so you can sleep easy in your bunnyhome.
Well pretty much everything, to give you total peace of mind. We really don’t like to even think of the negatives at bunnyhomes, let alone talk about them, but by its very nature that’s what insurance is there for isn’t it? For the very unlikely ‘what if?’ and ‘just in case’ scenarios.
If you buy your bunnyhome off plan (before it’s been built) and exchange contracts with us, your NHBC 10-year warranty will pay your deposit back in full if for some unlikely reason we’re not able to start or complete the build. Once your bunnyhome is built, the insurance cover splits into two time periods — the first two years to sort stuff like as gutters, fixtures or fittings, and the remaining eight years covers anything structural such as foundations and external rendering etc. What’s covered and in what time periods will be clearly detailed in your contract.
During the first two years we’ll be straight round to fix anything you discover hasn’t already been picked up in our ultra-picky pre-handover snagging checks. And if you sell your bunnyhome within 10 years of buying it, the NHBC warranty will pass over to the new buyer.
It’s usually a condition of your mortgage application that you’ve got this kind of warranty sorted, so you can be confident that’s one box ticked when you buy a bunnyhome. And it’s good to know we work with the best insurers in the industry.