Fencing Contractor's insurance from £53 with FREE legal expenses cover
Fencing Your Business From Liability Claims
As a fencing contractor, you already know that your trade can be risky business. Whether you’re working solo or own your own company, your trade faces a unique set of risks on every job. That’s why it’s so important that you have proper protection in place, to keep your business safe from claims.
Here at Tradesman Saver, we think protecting your business should be top of your priority list. That’s why we’ve used our time in the industry to develop an insurance policy, designed specifically around the needs of your trade. Custom-build your policy to suit your individual requirements and get insurance that works for you.
Get Your Legal Expenses Insurance: FREE With Every Policy
Legal expenses is standard
We include legal expenses cover of £250,000 on every policy to give you all-round protection.
24-hour legal helpline
No need to wait until working hours to get help. Get on the phone with our legal experts 24/7.
Online legal services
Find a wealth of legal resources. Download legal document templates at the click of a button.
Tax & VAT investigations
In a crisis with the taxman? Get help with tax & VAT investigations, included as part of your cover.
Fencing Contractor Insurance - Automatic Covers
Fencing Contractor Insurance - Optional Covers
Fencing Contractor Insurance - Other Covers
Online & anywhere
We like to keep things simple. Your quote, purchase & documents are all available online, anytime.
Cover is instant
No need to wait for your documents. You're covered from the moment you purchase.
Products liability cover as standard on every policy. That means more cover, at no added cost.
Cashflow is important to every business. Spread the cost & pay in easy, monthly instalments.
Fencing Contractor Claims
Please see below some examples of where we have been able to help fencing contractors in their hour of need:
Damaged Customer’s Vehicle
You’re erecting a fence on a client’s property, but unfortunately, you haven’t secured it to the ground properly and the fence falls down, damaging your client’s vehicle. They decide to seek compensation from you. This is where your public liability insurance can help – it’ll cover the costs of the damage, so you can get back to the task at hand as soon as possible.
Fencing Destroyed By Fire
You’re working on a construction site, putting up a new fence. Unfortunately, there is a fire at the property and the fence you’ve put up is destroyed. This is where contractor’s all risks insurance comes in handy – your insurer will pay the costs of repairing or re-doing the work, so you can rest easy knowing you won’t have to cover the costs of re-doing the work from your own pocket.