Rustproofing Services Insurance
Rust proofing insurance with public liability cover
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Tradesman Saver’s Public Liability Cover for Rust Proofing
The services you provide as a rust proofer are essential for the maintenance of the millions of vehicles on the roads but, as you know, it can be a dangerous job to do. That’s why you need a public liability insurance policy that can give you full cover if anything ever does go wrong, saving you from having to pay extortionate compensation or legal fees if your workplace activities cause property damage or personal injuries.
For instance, if a client were to sustain an injury after tripping over your tool box, they could make a claim against your business, which would leave you liable even if the accident wasn’t your fault. However, public liability ensures you won’t ever need to pay the price of incidents like this, as we cover claims of up to £5 million. Though you can’t always prevent the unexpected, you can keep your business’s finances safe by taking out rust proofing insurance, including public liability.
Rust Proofing Insurance: What can be included in your policy?
To ensure you receive the best possible cover for the most affordable price, you’ll find everything you may possibly need in your policy, including:
- Public & Products Liability up to £5 million
- Employers Liability at £10 million
- Contractors All Risks Insurance which provides cover for
- Contract Works
- Owned Plant
- Hired-in Plant
- Employees’ Tools
- Essential Legal Expenses at £100,000
What is rust proofing insurance?
Rust proofing insurance is a type of insurance policy that’s been specially designed to protect those working in your profession. Considering the many unique risks and accidents which could result in serious damage, taking out a policy with us will give you all the coverage you need, rather than leaving yourself vulnerable to the huge costs of compensation and legal action. This means you’ll never have to worry about the financial fallout of any unexpected accidents at work.
Why do you need rust proofing insurance?
Working as a rust proofer means dealing with potentially flammable materials, germs, and hazardous air pollutants on a daily basis. This is a more dangerous job than most, which is why so many providers will consider your profession as being too high-risk to insure at all. Yet that doesn’t mean you can afford to be unprotected, or settle for a generic, off-the-shelf policy that isn’t catered to your specific business needs. This is why you need comprehensive rust proofing insurance that safeguards you against all the risks of your profession.
How our rustproofing services insurance works
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Rustproofing Insurance: Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rust proofing insurance?
We take a variety of factors into account before setting a price for your rust proofing insurance policy. The size of your clients, scale of your jobs, number of clients, and combination of covers will all affect the cost. This figure also depends on whether your business has had any previous claims made against it.
Is rust proofing insurance a legal requirement?
Generally speaking, you are not obliged to have rust proofing insurance, but you may be legally required to have employer’s liability insurance, which is included in our policy. You must ensure you have this coverage if your company hires a team of staff. Though other covers like public liability are not mandatory by law, it is highly recommended for all businesses—particularly those working in dangerous trades like rust proofing.
How long does rust proofing insurance last?
Our policies are typically valid for a year and the start and end dates will be detailed in your documentation. You can renew your rust proofing insurance policy on an annual basis.