house house
  • RIA can keep the cost of claims low by avoiding high risks associated with other commercial operations and passes the savings on to our Members.
  • The Insurer for the RIA program has been rated “A- (Excellent)” by A.M. Best since 2001.
  • Underwriting is streamlined.Commercial insurance advantage
  • Claims can be reported 24/7.
  • No monthly reporting.
  • Available options: General Liability Insurance, Builders’ Risk Insurance, and Contractors’ Equipment Insurance
  • Pricing is competitive.
  • If you have a Safety Program, you may qualify for up to a 25% DISCOUNT OFF your General Liability Insurance.
  • For those who qualify, no interest payment terms are available.

Offering a HOME of Texas 10 Year Limited Warranty on each house I build provides me with a competitive advantage over my competition. I am proud of my product and feel confident in giving my buyers an insured warranty. By providing protection for my buyers I have in turn provided protection for my company at a very reasonable rate.  The HOME of Texas warranty combined with the RWC Insurance Advantage GL policy allows me to sleep well at night.

Bob, F., Amarillo, TX Builder

Advantages of combining the HOME of Texas Warranty with RWC Insurance Advantage

  • Coverage can apply for claims:
    • For damage to your work.
    • For damage to others arising from your work.
    • Reported when you are no longer our customer.
    • Arising from work performed by subcontractors.
  • Standard limits: $2,000,000 aggregate & $1,000,000 each occurrence
  • No Deductibles

Projects eligible for RIA coverage:

  • New construction: Single & multi-family (up to 3 stories)
  • Residential remodeling (Warranties required on remodeling projects with a value of $25,000 or more)

HOME and RIA – Risk Management that Fits the Way You Do Business!


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RIA Contact Information
RWC Insurance Advantage
5300 Derry Street
Harrisburg, PA 17111

Toll free: 866-454-2155
Local: 717-564-1230
Fax: 717-561-1794

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