French Polisher's insurance from £53* with FREE legal expenses cover*Based on £1,000,000 public liability & £250,000 legal expenses cover for a sole trader
Polishing Your Business’ Reputation
As a French polisher, you take great pride in your work. Every piece that you finish is a work of art – a glorious result of your hard graft and training. But because of the substances you work with, you also face a number of risks on every job, which means you need to protect your business from unforeseen accidents.
Here at Tradesman Saver, we also take great pride in what we do too. We’ve worked tirelessly for over a decade with businesses like yours to design an insurance policy that speaks to the unique demands of your trade. Simply tailor your policy with our online quote form and get a policy that you can take as much pride in, as you do your own work.
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.
French Polisher Insurance - Automatic Covers
French Polisher Insurance - Optional Covers
French Polisher Insurance - Other Covers
Examples of French Polishing Claims
There are many reasons why a French Polisher needs good quality insurance and here are just two:
You’re getting some supplies from your van before beginning a job at a client’s house. You go into the client’s house to take your supplies in and get talking to the client for ten minutes. When you go to retrieve the remainder of your supplies from the vehicle, you discover that your supplies and equipment have all been stolen. This is where your tools & equipment cover is worth its weight in gold – with it, your insurer will cover the costs of replacing the stolen equipment and supplies, so someone else’s greed doesn’t have to mean the end of your business.
You’re at a client’s house, French polishing a dining room table for them. But as you’re applying the shellac, you knock over the container and spill it all over your client’s beige carpet. They decide to seek compensation to pay for the damage from you. This is one of those situations where your public liability insurance can really come in handy – it’ll cover the costs of the damage for you, which leaves you free to focus on running your business.