HBCF Warranty Claims

Working alongside your insurer to provide cost-effective rectification.

Home warranty insurance protects building owners in cases where there has been defective work during construction.

As one of the longest-standing remedial builders in Australia, Remedial takes a no-nonsense approach to carry out rectification works with minimal fuss. We work closely with insurance providers, consulting engineers and building consultants to address all building defects and ensure that quality workmanship is delivered. We pay strict attention to all details of the project so that both building owners and insurers are completely satisfied with the result of the remedial work.

Our services encompass both structural and aesthetic issues, including common claims such as:

Contact us to discuss HBCF warranty claims and rectifying defects and remediating building issues.


Contact us for more information and to arrange a quote.




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