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As a contractor, each job you win brings in extra money but it also brings extra risk. Any accident could cause injuries or damage to property leading to a financial loss that can potentially overwhelm your business with financial liabilities and other debts.
The same contractors insurance you used to protect you for a one-man project may not protect you during a multi-year commercial deal.
Because every business is different, commercial insurance solutions for contractors can range from a basic policy to a thorough mix of coverages that vary job to job.
Also, the type of contracting business you own, size, number of employees, and type of work all have an impact on the types of protection you may need.
We understand the fact that you need to stay focused on your work, not the risks you face every day. So we work with the best carriers of commercial insurance solutions that can help you meet the needs of your business, and put your mind at ease.
Any person or business working in construction trades: building construction, heavy construction or home improvement. We offer coverage for every trade, including:
Even when the job is finished, there is plenty more work to be done. You may have connected the final fixtures, flipped the switch, and handed over the keys, but the potential liability from your work goes on.
Our insurance keeps protecting you from any accidents or faults that may allegedly result from work you’ve overseen or performed. In the trades, you need a solid contractor insurance policy that keeps working to protect you long after you have moved to the next job site.
Coverage areas that need to be and should be addressed in your contractors insurance include:
If your contractors insurance misses any one aspect of this protection, your job and your company could be at serious risk.
Fact is, you can’t afford not to have coverage. Understandably, price is always a concern for contractors. But with a custom contractors insurance policy from us, you are in control of what types and amounts of coverage you want to pay for, and when. So it can be surprisingly affordable.
Talking to a local resource you can trust is the first priority.