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Thanks Stuart,
I guess my worries are more around how easy it would be to deal with the insurance company if the installer went out of business. The kind of circumstance I have in mind is if there is a leak in the roof in a years time or if the system stops working for whatever reason and it’s not clear which component has stopped working. Would I end up having to pay someone to fault find then claim on the component warranty for whichever bit is not working? Or do the insurance company deal with the whole thing?

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