Engineering Insurance

Business Engineering Insurance

Cover under Naturesave Engineering Insurance is available for ‘all risks’, breakdown, sudden and unforeseen damage, accidental damage and the reconstitution of data in respect of computers.

Naturesave Policies Ltd offers Engineering Inspection and Insurance on all types of machinery and plant including:

  • Boilers
  • Refrigeration systems
  • Pressure systems
  • Passenger Lifts
  • Escalators
  • Lifting Machines, Forklift Trucks, Cranes etc.
  • Excavators
  • Windmills and turbines
  • Computers

Many businesses have plant which is required by law to have engineering inspections.   In addition Engineering Insurance is available for all types of business, from offices and retail units to hotels and restaurants.

Cover under Naturesave Engineering Insurance is available for ‘all risks’, breakdown, sudden and unforeseen damage, accidental damage and the reconstitution of data in respect of computers and subsequent loss of revenue from mechanical breakdown and consequential loss.

Naturesave Engineering Insurance is only available to companies and organisations in the UK .

If you require Engineering Insurance for Renewable Energy Systems, please see our Renewable Energy Insurance Section.

If you are unsure about the level of cover required, or about types of business insurance, please do not hesitate to call us directly on 01803 864390 or Contact Naturesave for help and a quotation.

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