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You have the uncanny ability to turn a plain floor into a statement-making masterpiece. With your floor installation skills, you’ve helped clients fall head over heels in love with their floors - and even their homes. It’s those skills that have helped you turn your talent into a thriving flooring installation business.
At Simply Business, we appreciate the hard work it took to build your flooring business - that’s why we want to protect it with customized flooring contractor insurance. Our policies can be purchased online or over the phone in minutes, meaning you can get back to business even faster.
Flooring contractors spend a lot of time on customer properties, so they’re exposed to risks for property damage, accidents, and even injuries. For example, if a customer decided to sue you because you damaged their living room walls while installing new floors, you’d have to pay for a lawyer and damages from your own funds if you didn’t have insurance coverage.Get Your Quote
General liability insurance — also commonly called commercial general liability (CGL) insurance — can cover costs from third-party accidents and property damage that you or your employees may have caused while doing work. For example, if you accidentally broke a customer’s furniture while installing new floors, your general liability insurance may cover the costs of fixing their furniture.
As an expert in floor installation, it’s safe to say you’re spending most of your time on customer sites. That’s why we recommend carrying general liability insurance, as it can provide you and your business with crucial protection.
General liability usually covers:
General liability insurance usually does not cover:
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Professional liability insurance provides coverage in the event a customer accuses your flooring business of negligence. More specifically, if your customer decides to sue your business for mistakes related to your floor installation services, your professional liability insurance policy may cover damages and legal costs.
Some flooring installation contractors may find that they need a professional liability policy, in addition to general liability coverage. If you’re not sure what you need, don’t worry: Our licensed insurance agents can help you determine which exact policies you need based on the precise services you provide.
Professional liability insurance usually covers:
Professional liability insurance usually does not cover:
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Whether you have full-time or part-time employees or just work exclusively with subcontractors, you may be legally required to take out a workers compensation insurance policy.
More specifically, if an employee gets sick or injured while working for you, this coverage can provide your floor installation business with financial protection. Most states require businesses to carry this coverage as soon as you hire your first employee, so if this applies to you, be sure to add it to your insurance coverage.
Workers compensation insurance usually covers:
While no two flooring installation companies are alike, you can get a good idea for what you may pay for flooring contractor insurance based on:
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