Public liability insurance for tradesman is essential for all trade types. Cover yourself against costly claims. Get a quote today.
Whether you’re a handyman or a house mover, our tradesman insurance has been designed with your trade in mind. We understand the risks involved in the work you do, and we’ve put together an insurance package to cover you when things go wrong.
If you work with customers in their homes or on their business premises, there’s a risk that in the course of your business a third party could be injured or their property damaged. Machinery, sharp tools or heavy items, even a small spillage, have the potential to create accidents or damage.
It’s not necessarily bad luck if your customer walks under the ladder you’re using to wash windows, but it is if something lands on their head. Accidents happen, which is why Public Liability Insurance for tradesmen is essential. While the right cover won’t prevent accidents, tradesman insurance can mitigate their costly impact on your business.
There are all sorts of trades that benefit from getting the right level of tradesman insurance. From carpenters, to tilers, to roofers and kitchen fitters, many jobs involve practical skills that use tools and equipment. Each of these trades can benefit from insurance that covers them legally, and includes cover options specific to a trade.
As well as tradesman liability insurance, if you hire staff then it is a legal requirement in the UK to take out Employer’s liability Insurance . If you drive a commercial vehicle in the course of your work then consider looking at our van insurance for tradesman. Consider also the cost of your tools: how much would it cost to replace these should the worst happen?
Do you have a trade that you need public liability insurance for? Contact us and we can help you find the right level of cover for your business.
As a business bank, we work closely with a wide range of businesses. This helps us understand how you work and the challenges you face. So you can be sure we'll take the time to get to know your business, and try to provide the right level of cover.