The Aerial Erector's & Installer's insurance you need, at a price you can afford
Don’t Ruin Your Business’ Reception
Working at height is a risky business. Whether you work as an aerial installer or aerial erector, your job is filled with a unique set of risks to contend with every single day. Because of the risks associated with your job, it’s important to consider getting insurance – but not just any old generic insurance policy. You need a specialised insurance policy suited to your trade’s demands.
Here at Tradesman Saver, we believe every business is individual and that their insurance should reflect this. We’ve worked together with businesses in your industry to put together a comprehensive policy, perfect for your trade. Simply build your policy with our online quote form for insurance that works as hard as you do.
Aerial Erectors & Installers Insurance - Automatic Covers
Aerial Erectors & Installers Insurance - Optional Covers
Aerial Erectors & Installers Insurance - Other Covers
Quick and simple
Quote and buy in just 5 minutes with immediate cover. Get your documents instantly by email.
Safe, easy payments
Secure online payment by debit or credit card. Low-cost monthly instalments available.
No call centres - ever!
Yes, we hate call centres too! So you'll always speak to one of our friendly, expert advisors.
Complete peace of mind
With over 30 years’ experience, you can trust us to cover everything you need and more.
Common Problems for an Aerial Erector Or Aerial Installer
So, why might you need aerial erectors or aerial installers insurance? We take a look at two claims examples where insurance could save the day:
You’re unloading your equipment from your van at a client’s house. You leave the van unattended to bring your equipment round into the back garden and get chatting to the client for a short while. When you return to your van to retrieve your tools, you discover your van has been broken into and the remainder of your tools and equipment have been stolen. Your tools & equipment insurance is key here – your insurer will pay the costs of having your tools and equipment replaced, so you don’t have to stop working because of someone else’s greed.
You’re on a job installing an aerial on a client’s home with one of your employees. But as your employee climbs the ladder to attach the aerial, the ladder unfortunately breaks and your employee falls off, causing them injury. They decide to file a compensation claim against you. Your employer’s liability cover is your greatest ally here – it’ll cover the costs of the compensation for you, so you’re free to focus on running your business.
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