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Plastering Contractor Insurance Huntsville, AL

Save up to 40% on Plastering Contractor Insurance, It is standard practice for PBIB to quote your insurance using multiple insurance carriers to provide you with the best price and coverage that meets your specific needs. All policies have flexible payment terms including annual or monthly payments.

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We typically recommend the following coverage for Plastering Contractor

At PBIB our goal is to provide you with the coverage you need to protect your Plastering Contractors business from loss. As insurance brokers we are not locked into any one insurance program but pick from a variety to best fit your individual insurance needs. We recommend the following coverages to protect your Plastering Contractor business from losses, such as property damage, personal injury, employee injuries, damage or loss to vehicles or tools & equipment, including legal fees and indemnity:

Save up to 40% on Plastering Contractor Insurance

It is standard practice for PBIB to quote your insurance using multiple insurance carriers to provide you with the best price and coverage that meets your specific needs. All policies have flexible payment terms including annual or monthly payments.

PLASTERING CONTRACTOR STANDARD COVERAGES

General Liability

Occurrence Limit
$1,000,000
Product Completed Ops
$2,000,000
Each Occurence Limit
$1,000,000

Worker's Compensation

Limits
$1,000,000

Commercial Auto

Limits
$1,000,000

Tools & Equipment

Limits *
$10,000

Excess Liability

Limits *
$1,000,000
Notes*
  1. Tools and Equipment limits should be adjusted to the actual value of the Tools and Equipment owned, leased, or rented by the Contractor.
  2. Excess Liability should be considered for exposures to loss that exceed $1,000,000, or contractual requirements dictate the amount of excess liability must be carried.
  3. Professional Liability is usually not needed unless the GC is performing Design-Build, Construction Management, or other consulting services.

We offer services to help you get the business insurance coverage you need

General Liability for Plastering Contractors

General Contractor fixing a house

For Plastering Contractors, General Liability is the most important insurance coverage to protect your business from third-party claims such as property damage, or jury as a result of your work product. All it takes is one small mishap to change the course of your company forever. If a third-party experiences bodily injury or the destruction of property at the fault of your business, an ensuing lawsuit could seriously harm and even destroy your company. Our general liability insurance will safeguard you and protecting business assets is the priority, Your employees and your overall company from vulnerable circumstances and devastating lawsuits.

General liability might be legally required for your Plastering Contractor license in your state or county where you work. PBIB provides full-service certificates Monday through Friday and 24/7 self-service certificates, this is what we call “Insurance on your time”.

General Liability for Plastering Contractors can help you pay for:

  • Medical payments for 3rd party injuries
  • Property damage to 3rd party property
  • Legal fees and defense

Worker's Compensation for Plastering Contractors

Safety Construction Helmet

We provide the best policies in the industry, certain to protect you and your workers in the event of an injury or illness. Workers’ compensation will pay out employee medical costs and help recoup lost income so they can get back on their feet. In the event of a lawsuit, workers comp will protect you too. So pick us for a policy that will safeguard you and your workers.

If you have no employees, but need a Work Comp policy, not a problem, we also have policies that protect you and provide the coverage your customer requires.

Workers Compensation might be required for your Plastering Contractor license in your state or county where you work. PBIB provides full-service certificates Monday through Friday and 24/7 self-service certificates, this is what we call “Insurance on your time”.

Workers' Compensation for Plastering Contractors can help you pay for:

  • Medical expenses of your injured employees
  • Disability & Retraining of your employee
  • Lost wages
  • Survivor benefit
  • Employer liability

Professional Liability for Plastering Contractors

Safety Construction Helmet

We provide the best policies in the industry, certain to protect you and your workers in the event of an injury or illness. Workers’ compensation will pay out employee medical costs and help recoup lost income so they can get back on their feet. In the event of a lawsuit, workers comp will protect you too. So pick us for a policy that will safeguard you and your workers.

If you have no employees, but need a Work Comp policy, not a problem, we also have policies that protect you and provide the coverage your customer requires.

Workers Compensation might be required for your Plastering Contractors license in your state or county where you work. PBIB provides full-service certificates Monday through Friday and 24/7 self-service certificates, this is what we call “Insurance on your time”.

Workers' Compensation for Plastering Contractors can help you pay for:

  • Medical expenses of your injured employees
  • Disability & Retraining of your employee
  • Lost wages
  • Survivor benefit
  • Employer liability

Commercial Auto for Plastering Contractors

Contractor with his auto

It’s impossible to run your Plastering Contractors without your company vehicles to get you, your materials, and tools to the jobsite. We at PBIB know firsthand the value of your wheeled workforce and offer the insurance you need to be covered when trucks are damaged or stolen, we work to get you back working fast.

Commercial Auto insurance is an important insurance coverage for Plastering Contractors, and a requirement for many projects, we provide full-service insurance certificates Monday through Friday to get you on the job, and 24/7 self-service certificates, this is what we call “Insurance on your time”.

Commercial Auto for Plastering Contractors can help you pay for:

  • Hired & Non-Owned Auto, Legal defense from employees driving their own vehicles
  • Medical expenses from injuries
  • Collision repairs to your and 3rd party vehicles
  • Legal fees & Defense
  • Rental vehicle reimbursement

Tools & Equipment for Plastering Contractors

Toolbox with equipments

Tools and equipment for Plastering Contractors insurance is designed to protect your high-value movable property. Tools and equipment coverage, also known as inland marine insurance, protects your hard-working assets from common risks like theft and damage, at the site, in storage or as you transport them to and from your worksite.

Tools & Equipment for Plastering Contractors can help you pay for damaged or stolen:

  • Tools & Equipment owned or rented by you
  • Employee tools and equipment (Optional)
  • Borrowed equipment (Optional)
  • Cost of renting interim equipment (Optional)

License Bonds for Plastering Contractors

Bonds between two man

A license bond is required by most states to obtain or maintain your contractor license. The license bond guarantees that you won’t violate any state law regulations or runaways with a customer’s deposit.

You can get a license bond as low as $70, but the price goes up depending on personal credit, license history and the classification of the contractor.

We write all types of bonds (performance & payment and a whole list of others,) just enter your state and type of bond needed, or select from a list, and get an instant quote and bind online in minutes.

  • Tools & Equipment owned or rented by you
  • Employee tools and equipment (Optional)
  • Borrowed equipment (Optional)
  • Cost of renting interim equipment (Optional)

Huntsville is a city in the Appalachian region of northern Alabama and is the county seat of Madison County. Extending west into neighboring Limestone County and south into Morgan County, Huntsville has become the largest city in the state.

Located within the Mississippi Territory, Huntsville was founded by European Americans in 1805 and became an incorporated town in 1811. When Alabama was admitted as a state in 1819, Huntsville was designated for a year as the first capital, before that was moved to more central settlements. The city developed across nearby hills north of the Tennessee River, adding textile mills in the late nineteenth century.

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