We're here to help with insurance for plasterers
Whether you're patching up a few holes in a wall or reconstructing a large proportion of a property, we know your work is varied. It presents different risks to you, your staff or subcontractors, and the general public. So, you need insurance cover that gives adequate protection against these risks and reassurance for your clients.
Because we understand your business and the challenges you face, we developed plant hire insurance that offers protection and peace of mind, including:
- Protection for:
tools and equipment that you own, as well as those you hire in or loan out
vehicles or plant used for your work
property and materials that are lost or damaged whilst on-site.
- Bespoke cover – whether you're a sole trader or manage a team of plasterers, our business insurance for plasterers is designed around you. You'll only pay for the cover you need.
- Professional advice and support – throughout the life of your policy, we'll be on hand to help you with any queries, problems or issues you may have. We'll also support you if you need to make a claim.
- Saving you time – leave the hard work to us; we'll search our selection of the UK's leading and specialist insurers to find the provider that suits you best.
How our team of plasterer insurance experts can help you
At Marsh Commercial, we have over 28,000 contractors who have chosen us to manage their insurance needs. That's almost £130m in gross written premium (GWP); you're in good company.
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At Marsh Commercial, we're part of a global group with a local community focus. Our team of experts have years of experience supporting tradesmen and contractors like you.
You wouldn't think of starting a job without the right equipment. Arranging insurance for your plastering business is no different. It pays to speak to our professionals, and that's why we're here to help you.
We take time to understand your unique needs to arrange the plasterer insurance that's right for you. So can focus on your business.
What cover can plasterers’ insurance offer?*
We can arrange the following areas of cover, depending on your business needs:
- public liability
- employers liability
- professional indemnity
- subcontractor liability
- contract works
- vehicles, including directors’ cars
- stored materials
- tools in transit
- environmental clean-up.
*As with all insurance policies, terms and conditions apply. Contact us for full details.
We know the nature of your work carries many risks to you, your staff or subcontractors and the general public. You need cover that gives adequate protection against these risks and reassurance for your clients.
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Frequently asked questions
If your tools are damaged or stolen, you would have to pay to repair or replace them without insurance. This could potentially be a substantial cost to your business. Your tools could also pose a hazard to members of the public. As a plasterer, you should have plasterers public liability insurance in place to protect against risks that may cause injury to the public or your customers. If you employ staff, you're legally required to have employers liability insurance. Professional indemnity insurance will cover any legal costs and damages that you could be liable for should you or your business make a mistake.
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