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Protect Your Plumbing Business with the Right Insurance Coverage

custom business insurance for plumbing contractors

As a plumber, you know that accidents can happen on any job.

From leaks, to clogs, frozen pipes to sewer line breaks, it can be a mess.

But, protecting your business with comprehensive insurance coverage is a key part of any business plan and a great way to ensure your cash flow doesn’t get clogged up in lawsuits or employee accidents.

As a plumbing contractor, there are a variety of risks that could result in costly damages, including property damage, injuries to employees or customers, and professional mistakes. 

By not having the proper insurance coverage, a plumbing company could put its financial future at risk. But as every wise entrepreneur knows, it’s important to prepare for the worst while still dreaming big. 

In addition to the financial risks, not having proper insurance coverage could also result in legal issues. If a customer or employee is injured on the job and the plumbing company is found liable, they could be facing costly legal fees and settlements. By having the right insurance coverage, a plumbing company can protect itself against legal liability and ensure that they are meeting any legal requirements for operating a business.

At The Allen Thomas Group, our insurance agents are equipped with over 20 years of experience providing customized business insurance solutions to plumbing companies throughout the US. 

You can rest assured that you’ll receive personalized service and a policy tailored to your unique needs so you can scale without hassle. 

Our insurance policies cover liability, property damage, and workers’ compensation and more, giving you the peace of mind to focus on your work and grow your business with confidence.

With that said, let’s get into the basics of plumbing insurance to make sure you have the right coverage and you don’t have to pay ridiculous premiums.

Getting The Right Coverage

What types of business insurance do plumbers need?

These common insurance policies cover most plumbing risks.

General Liability Insurance

This type of coverage is important since it shields your company from financial losses associated with legal proceedings from a person experiencing an injury or damage due to negligence or carelessness on the part of your business or employees.

Professional Liability Insurance

Helps cover mistakes or negligence if services you provide have caused harm to someone’s property, such as plumbing malfunctions that lead to flooding

Contractor’s Tools and Equipment Insurance

Covers any physical damages to your own property, including tools and materials used in your business that may become damaged through general wear and tear or natural disasters.

Business Interruption Insurance

Helps keep your business afloat if a certain area has been affected by damage or disruption caused by vandalism, fire, or natural disaster so that you can still generate income until things get back to normal.

Commercial Auto Insurance

Provides coverage either owned vehicles used solely for business operations or certain non-owned vehicles used by some employees when providing services away from the office.

Workers' Compensation Insurance

Workers’ compensation insurance covers medical costs and lost wages for work-related injuries and illnesses. This policy is required in almost every state for plumbers that have employees.

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At The Allen Thomas Group, we understand how challenging it can be to run a successful plumbing contracting business, and we offer liability insurance policies that will cover the damages and losses incurred in the event of an accident, theft or lawsuit–enabling our clients to keep their businesses moving forward while keeping costs low.

Whether you are an independent plumbing contractor or a part of a larger team, we have a range of insurance packages and prices to choose from.

Don’t let unexpected losses and setbacks stall the progress of your business. Invest in liability insurance from us today and prevent catastrophic losses tomorrow.

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Getting Your Questions Answered

Get More Insights On Making The Right Insurance Decision For Your Plumbing Business

Taking out the right insurance coverage for any business, including plumbing contractors, is essential to protect against potential liabilities and losses. It can be difficult to know what type of coverage you need and what is included in a typical policy; however, understanding the basics of plumbing business insurance is key.

In general, it is important to choose a policy that addresses all possible risks. This might include professional liability insurance, property damage coverage, and workers’ compensation insurance.

Professional liability insurance protects your business from third-party claims such as negligence or malpractice. Property coverage can help pay for damages if any of the customer’s property gets damaged during a job. Workers’ compensation insurance guards the employees in the case of an accident or injury while on the job. It also protects the company from being liable if one of their employees causes a problem during a job.

While each policy should be customized based on risk assessment and personal needs, these three types of coverage are typically included in a plumbing business policy. As every situation and setup is different, it is important to discuss with an insurance provider which type of policy is best for you prior to getting started in order to ensure full protection for your business.

Despite the comprehensive coverage of plumbing business insurance, there are a few things not included in the policy.

Examples include but are not limited to, intentional acts of wrongdoing, damage intentionally caused by an employee, professional services for which a contractor or subcontractor is obligated to provide under the terms of their own contract, and some property held for rental and investment purposes.

When protecting a plumbing business with proper insurance coverage, it is important to choose the right type of coverage for your location. The types of coverage to acquire depend on the size and scope of your business operation.

Generally, it is recommended that all businesses have liability insurance coverage to protect against the potential costs resulting from damage to property or bodily injury that occur while delivering services.

Additionally, a plumber may also want to consider investing in professional insurance such as errors and omissions and commercial auto insurance.

For example, some businesses may need to apply for additional bonding insurance if they are handling sensitive client data or working with large government contracts.

This type of insurance takes into account the possibility that contracts are not completed according to specified terms and provides reimbursement for any damages accrued due to this breach in service. It is important to note that this type of coverage does not cover any negligent behavior on behalf of the plumbing company.

On the other hand, businesses do not need professional liability if they are providing non-specialized services that any average person could perform or if customers have read the agreement before signing it. In these cases, businesses should only provide standard liability coverage, as mentioned above.

Overall, taking into account the specific needs of each plumbing business is essential in order to determine an appropriate level of coverage.
Before committing to any a policy, it is also important to evaluate discount opportunities that may exist based on where you operate and take advantage of these savings where possible. Our dedicated insurance agents can help with this directly.

As a next step in planning your protection strategy, it’s important to explore other considerations beyond types of policies when looking at prospective business insurance for plumbing operations.

When exploring different types of business insurance for your plumbing company, it is important to consider other aspects that could influence an insurance policy.

Plumbing businesses involve numerous specialized tools that can be quite expensive to replace if lost or damaged. Beyond general liability coverage and workers’ compensation policies, there may be additional considerations such as property insurance coverage or tools and equipment insurance to consider.

Property Insurance Coverage: Property insurance provides protection against financial losses due to damages or theft of company property. This type of insurance is unique in that it is tailored to each company’s individual needs and types of property. For instance, a plumbing business may need coverage for signage, office equipment, computers and software, furniture, portable hand tools, and more.

Additionally, some companies may want to include business interruption coverage with their property insurance policy in case natural disasters or other unforeseen events force them to close temporarily.

Tools & Equipment Insurance: Tools & equipment insurance covers items being used in the course of business operations from damage or theft. Commonly known as “floater” policies, these plans typically cover both hand-held tools and machinery at either an agreed-upon value (up to a certain amount) or actual value (cost minus depreciation). Given the specialized nature of plumbing tools and materials, insuring them is a vitally important step in protecting the bottom line of any plumbing contractor or business.

When selecting the right type of business insurance for a plumbing company, not only is it smart to determine which policies are necessary, but also what level of coverage you feel comfortable with.

Doing so will help protect your company against financial hardship caused by damaged property or stolen assets. It’s important to keep in mind that while higher levels of coverage generally cost more money upfront, they can save you a lot of money down the road should your business suffer from a major setback.

When selecting business insurance, the most important considerations for plumbers are the types and limits of coverage they need based on their specific risks.

Plumbers should ensure they are adequately protected against any property damage or injuries that could occur as a result of their work by having sufficient liability, property, vehicle, and workers’ compensation insurance.

Specialty coverage may also be needed depending on the placements and materials used in plumbing projects.

Additionally, it is important to consider the cost of the policy and what discounts could be available for safety measures such as completing safety training or installing updated equipment.

Finally, all plumbers should check with their state to determine what type of business insurance is required in order to operate legally.

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Having business insurance is incredibly important. Having insurance coverage helps to protect your business and all its related assets, as well as ensure that you, and anyone else who works with you, remain safe while they’re on the job. Here are some of the most notable benefits of having business insurance for plumbers:

1. Financial Protection: When unexpected events occur in the plumbing industry—like damages caused by natural disasters or accidents that lead to liability claims—having business insurance can help cover any expenses that may arise from such unexpected situations. This means that your business will be financially protected in the event of any emergency or disaster that could cost it a lot of money.

2. Peace of Mind: Knowing that you have the protection of an insurance policy can give you peace of mind, allowing you to focus on more important things like running your business without worrying about potential risks associated with plumbing jobs.

3. Reassurances for Clients and Companies: Business owners often require that plumbers have valid insurance before they hire them. Having a valid policy from a reputable insurer demonstrates to potential clients that you’re a trustworthy professional and increases their confidence in using your services.

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Get The Insurance Coverage You Need For Your Plumbing Business Today

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Protect your business today with comprehensive insurance coverage from The Allen Thomas Group.

We understand that cost can be a concern, which is why we offer a variety of affordable insurance options with major carriers to fit your budget while still giving you the complete coverage you need.

Don’t wait until an unforeseen incident occurs, take action to protect your plumbing business.

Let us help you explore your insurance options today and take steps to create a comprehensive risk management plan that can help protect your business and its assets.

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