Most of your customers will ask for proof of insurance before hiring you. While providing customers with proof of commercial general liability insurance will give them piece of mind, this coverage will also help to protect your business if you’re found legally liable for injuring a customer or damaging their property.
Who needs tiling contractor insurance?
Being a tiling contractor involves craftsmanship and attention to detail, whether you’re preparing surfaces and leveling floors, mixing adhesives, using specialized cutting tools, or laying tiles on floors, walls, and outdoor spaces. Whether you work in residential or commercial environments, the nature of your work exposes you to potential risks and claims.
These are just some examples of contracting businesses that should be protected:
- Commercial tiling contractors
- Residential tiling installers
Why does a tiling contractor need small business insurance?
Tiling projects can be complicated — and that could impact your bottom line. Here are some common scenarios you might run into, and when tiling contractor insurance can help: