Decorative Metal Contractor Insurance
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We typically recommend the following coverage for Decorative Metal Contractor Insurance
Our objective at PBIB is to offer you the ideal coverage to safeguard your Decorative Metal Contractor business from loss. As brokers specializing in insurance for artisans and general contractors, we have access to various insurance programs to meet your specific insurance requirements. To protect your Decorative Metal Contractor business from losses, we advise the following coverage, including property damage, personal injury, employee injuries, loss or damage to vehicles or equipment, legal fees, and indemnity. Our tailored insurance solutions are designed to address the unique risks and needs of Decorative Metal Contractors, ensuring that you have comprehensive protection in place.
- General Liability
- Workers Compensation
- Commercial Auto
- Professional Liability
- Tools and Equipment
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At PBIB, our expertise lies in providing insurance solutions tailored specifically for decorative metal contractors like you. We take pride in offering personalized insurance quotes sourced from a range of reputable carriers, all crafted to address your distinct requirements. What’s more, we understand that flexibility is essential, so we offer a choice of convenient payment options. You can opt for either monthly or annual payments to suit your preferences and make managing your insurance hassle-free. Your decorative metal contracting business deserves the protection and convenience we provide.
DECORATIVE METAL CONTRACTOR INSURANCE STANDARD COVERAGES
General Liability for Electrical Contractors:
Tools & Equipment:
Excess Liability for Electrical Contractors:
- Tools and Equipment limits should be adjusted to the actual value of the Tools and Equipment owned, leased, or rented by the Contractor.
- 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.
- Professional Liability is usually not needed unless the GC is performing Design-Build, Construction Management, or other consulting services.