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.
Insurance companies set premiums based on how much they are likely to spend to pay claims. It stands to reason, then, that the best way to control premiums for your roofing business is to avoid claims if possible, and to limit the cost of any claims that you do make. Read more
If you run your own plumbing business, you’re probably well aware of the hazards you and your employees face while on the job that could lead to an insurance claim. If you’re just starting out, there are some risks that will be obvious, and others not so much.
How Plumbers Can Shut The Financial Leak Of Their Businesses
The onset of winter generally signals a boon for Ontario’s 7,000 or so licensed plumbers as winter takes its toll on building and house piping and fixtures. On the surface, plumbing seems to be a relatively safe livelihood, however, a closer look at the potential physical and financial risks plumbers face paints a different picture. Read more