CONTRACTORS AND TRADESMEN INSURANCE
We're here to help with your contractors and tradesmen insurance
You wouldn't think of starting a job without the right equipment. Arranging insurance for your business is no different, so it pays to speak to professionals who can help you.
We understand the day-to-day risks and unique challenges you face, we will support you by offering:
- Bespoke protection – there isn't a one-size-fits all approach, so whether you're a sole trader or manage a business, our tradesman insurance is designed around you.
- Professional risk management advice - we'll help to identify your key exposures to risk and how they can be reduced.
- Dedicated support – our expert team are on hand to answer any questions you have, resolve issues you encounter, and with any claims that arise.
- Member associations – we specialise in providing bespoke market-leading insurance packages for individuals, companies, and member associations.
How our team of contractors insurance experts can help you
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We'll search a selection of insurers to find a provider that suits you best; only pay for the cover you need.
Marsh Commercial are part of a global group with a local community focus. Our team of experts have years of experience supporting tradesmen and contractors like you. Whether you need insurance that’s essential for your trade such as public liability, or protection for specialist areas: plant hire, groundwork risks, and cover for completed dwellings awaiting sale.
Trade credit insurance
Non-payment can be a significant risk for any business trading on open credit terms. Trade credit insurance helps mitigate this risk. It can cover any business dealing on credit terms, whether supplying goods, providing services or operating in a contracting environment.
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