Protect your business and clients when working at height with our roofers insurance.
Covers roofers working on domestic and commercial properties up to heights of 15m.
Our roofers insurance extends to those fitting or repairing guttering and fascia boards.
Expert claim handlers to give you peace of mind.
You can choose to split your payment into ten monthly instalments. Please read our dedicated page on Direct Debit.
Our roofers insurance policies offer public and employers liability insurance for you, your staff, customers and the public. It can cover legal defence costs and compensation awards arising from accidental bodily injuries and property damage caused to others during your work. Popular roofing liability insurance limits are available from £1-10 million, we also can provide higher levels beyond £10m when needed.
Our insurance is tailored to your individual roofing needs, including protection for use of heat, a range of roofing materials and optional cover for heights over 15m.
Our employers’ liability insurance cover is flexible covering all staff, and automatically remains in place so when someone leaves, and you need to recruit, the new employees will be instantly covered when they join. This ensures you meet all your legal requirements for employee cover.
Our roofers insurance can cover you for both fitting new roofs and carrying out in-situ repairs to existing structures. Tell us the type of properties you work on.
When you need to make a claim, we'll guide you through the process and get your claim settled as quickly as possible.
Yes, as we have access to specialist insurers to cover roofing involving the application or use of heat. Give us full details when requesting a quote.
Under standard roofers insurance we give cover up to 15m. However, we can cover heights over 15m at locations other than domestic properties by accessing our specialist insurers. Please enquire for details.
Our roofers insurance can cover work on an extensive range of roof types and materials, including flat, PVC, fibreglass, thatch, slate, tile and cladding.
Yes, both types of employees are covered for the same risks, although it is imperative you declare how your workforce are employed as it will affect how your risks are calculated.
It is an important factor and we only use insurers with A-ratings. This is a globally recognised measure of an insurer’s financial situation and provides confidence on their ability and allows you to predict their ability to meet on-going policy obligations.
Also, there are a number of main contractors that will not subcontract works to any companies not insured with an insurer with a minimum of an A financial rating (as determined by companies such as Standard & Poor’s, A M Best, Moody’s or Fitch Ratings). By not having an insurance policy backed by a financially secure insurer you could potentially be placing restrictions on running your business, the main contractors you can work with or the contracts you take on.
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.
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