Contractors Insurance

Calling All Contractors! Do You Have The Right Insurance?

Contracting businesses come in all shapes and sizes, from large general contractors with hundreds of employees, to individual plumbers, electricians and bricklayers working from a home-based office. They all need insurance, and some need special coverage that doesn’t apply to other businesses. Learn more about insurance for contracting businesses, large and small.

The Most Common Claims for Bricklayers and How to Avoid Them

Every business needs insurance, but your bricklaying and masonry business has unique coverage needs based on the kind of claims you are most likely to make. There are some things that can happen to any contracting business, like stolen tools and liability claims arising from injuries or damage that occurs on the work site. But what kinds of claims are most common for brick and masonry businesses like yours?

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Insurance claims - carpenter's edition

The Most Common Claims for Carpenters and How to Avoid Them

As a carpenter, you may be subcontracted at various stages of a construction or renovation project to complete a number of different jobs, including building concrete forms, framing, installing doors and windows, and installing cabinets. You and your employees are skilled tradespeople with a commitment to do the job right.

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The Most Common Claims for HVAC Contractors and How to Avoid Them

Whether it’s forty degrees or forty below, your HVAC business keeps your customers cozy in Canada’s wildly varying climate. And in turn, you can rely on HVAC contractors insurance to turn down the heat on the financial risks that your business faces every day. (Yeah, it’s a bad pun, but we’ll make up for it by giving you valuable information, so please read on…)

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The Most Common Claims for Floor Installers and How to Avoid Them

Your floor installation business is in high demand. Homeowners know that nothing spruces up an older home or condo unit quite like a beautiful new hardwood or laminate floor. But there are also risks involved in installing flooring, and you need to be aware of what they are so that you can properly train your staff, keep your customers happy and keep your business insurance premiums under control.

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