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Tailored plumbers insurance policies to include HVAC and refrigeration work
Cover for commercial and industrial plumbing and heating engineering
Experts claim handlers to give you peace of mind
You can choose to split your payment into 10 monthly instalments
Our insurance offers public liability insurance for plumbers and heating engineers. It provides cover for any legal fees and compensation costs you are ordered to pay for accidental injuries or damage caused during work you are carrying out.
If you are gas-safe registered, our policies meet the requirements needed. Cover extensions are available if you are carrying out extensive gas work.
We can offer our plumbers insurance for commercial and industrial work, extended above the standard 70kW for domestic properties.
Our plumbers insurance covers accidental damage or injury caused to third party property or persons arising from the use of heat equipment - such as a blowtorches or blowlamps.
When you need to make a claim, we'll guide you through the process and get your claim settled as quickly as possible.
As a UK plumber, our service can cover you for:
Yes. We can cover both types of plumbing employees for the same risks. However, it is very important to declare how your workforce are employed, as this will affect how your risks are calculated.
Yes, our plumbers insurance can include heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration work. Please specify when applying as they will be noted as different trades.
Yes, we can offer plumbers insurance for commercial and industrial work, extended above the standard 70kW for domestic properties. Cover can include work in commercial properties and high-risk areas such as airports.
Yes, gas is generally included in your cover, subject to you being a gas-safe registered contractor.
An injury or loss to a member of the public as a result of your business could result in a claim being brought against you. Public liability insurance can cover these costs. You can set the amount of cover you need, and if you need to raise the limit say, to take on a public contract, you just need to call.
Most businesses who have any staff, be they full, time part time, contracted or even un-paid, you are legally required to have employers liability insurance. If an employee was to be hurt while performing their job you could again be liable. Not only is it then a legal responsibility, but also a duty of care as an employer to provide adequate protection for you staff.
Products you use, make or refurbish may need to be protected for faults with product liability insurance. Should someone became injured a claim could be brought against you.
Remember, if you don’t yet have any need for certain covers you won’t have to pay for them, of course, as your business grows or changes, you simply need to call your adviser to increase or decrease limits, or add new covers.
The tools and parts you use on a daily basis are what allow you to do your job. By simply adding up their value and letting us know we can add tools cover to your policy. This means if they are damaged or stolen you can claim for them to be replaced.
So if a complete replacement of all your tools is prohibitively expensive you may want to consider this cover. As long as you can keep them securely locked, wherever you store them when not on your person. We can find a tools insurance solution that works for you.
Contract works is an important consideration when insuring your business. Liability insurance protects the public, your customers and your staff, but if a fire or storm for instances causes damage to a job you are working on, it is contract works insurance which you would be able to claim against to recover the costs. Further advice is available when deciding to the levels of cover you may need here.
To help you spread the cost of your premiums, we offer a quick and easy direct debit scheme for spreading payment over ten months. Please visit our dedicated Direct Debit page to find out more.
If you would like to know more about our monthly payment option, please visit our dedicated Direct Debit page.
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