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Unit Owners

With over 40 years’ experience in Strata Insurance, we can provide a strata insurance solution for your property that gives you adequate protection for your assets and liabilities.

Strata Insurance provides cover for a range of circumstances pertaining to living in a strata community.

Strata Insurance will cover the following:

  • Loss or damage to the building
  • Loss or damage to fixtures and fittings in common areas e.g. lifts, swimming pools or driveways
  • Loss or damage to contents in common areas
  • Common area liability

Insurance can be complex, and self-managed committees that take the DIY route need to ensure they receive the correct insurance advice and cover or be at risk of failing to comply with the law.

We strive to provide committees with exceptional service and most importantly choice. We work for you, sourcing the most suitable strata insurance policies, negotiating the best price and acting as your advocate should you need to make a claim.

For us, helping our clients is not just about protecting the “now”, it’s about encouraging them to see what’s possible.

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