Do you work as an Aerial Installer, and have you considered your insurance options? If you are one of those hardworking people who loves getting their hands dirty, fitting and repairing aerials of all kinds, then Rhino has the right cover for you.
We work alongside and support thousands of tradespeople and self-employed individuals of all types. Whether you want to protect yourself from injury, damage, or simply protect your tools, we have an insurance policy for you!
Ever since the technological revolution, we have needed aerials and signals transmitted across the country. Whether that's through radio, tv, wifi or whatever else. Thank god for the trusty army of Aerial Installers who are there to fit the dishes we need.
In an industry that will require you to work in a whole manner of conditions. Whether at height, in tight spaces or in varying weather conditions, you'll be exposed to different levels of risk. It's for this very reason that you should consider your Aerial Installers Insurance policy suite. Without it, you could find yourself having to take the hit for a hefty bill found at your door.
Putting off taking out insurance coverage could really cost you. Not even financially, you may lose out on potential customers who want to see that your business is insured. That's where Rhino Trade Insurance and our insurance experts can help you. Our policies are designed specifically for aerial installers, starting with Public Liability Insurance.
Public Liability Insurance FOR AERIAL INSTALLERS
Right from the bat, your best bet is to get yourself a tip-top Public Liability Insurance policy for your Aerial Installers business. At Rhino Trade Insurance, this policy type is by far and away our most popular cover. It's your gateway to future trade insurance policies as everything grows from the public liability seed.
At the very minimum, you should hold a certain level of Public Liability Insurance. What that level is depends on the size and scope of your business. This will then protect you should you need to make a claim due to damage caused to a customer's property, injury to a customer or public member or accidental death.
Although it isn't required under UK law, having public liability insurance is a valuable commodity for your business. It appeals to future clients and gives you a good standing with local councils and governments if they want to hire your services. It also helps you gain accreditation if you want to join a relevant professional body. Rhino Trade Insurance has developed a cracking piece of Public Liability Insurance tailored for Aerial Installers. Starting at just £6.07 a month, we have cover levels that range from £1 million to £5 million and protect you should anything go wrong.
As an Aerial Installer, if you go out without insurance, you are basically asking for trouble! Working at height and with equipment that needs power can quickly go wrong. Though, as a respected member of the trades, having some form of trade insurance really helps to back up your reputation. Should you arrive at a job and a customer finds you are uninsured, they're well within their rights to look elsewhere for a tradesperson that carries the relevant insurance.
In its most simple form, not having insurance is make or break for your business these days. With it, the world is your oyster. Without it… we don't even want to imagine. Let's see how else you can cover yourself to make sure your business is safe and viable should the worst happen:
Professional Indemnity Insurance - As an Aerial Installer, you may offer advice or designs in your service. If something goes wrong because of this advice and causes the customer or contractor to lose money, you could be held responsible. This insurance covers that.
Legal Expenses Insurance - As someone who either runs a trade business or is self-employed, you will have to manage any legal disputes arising from your work. If you need defence or assistance, this cover has your back!
Tools in Transit Insurance - Installing aerials of all types can't be done without your trusty tools. Without them, you most likely can't work. This insurance covers you for loss, damage or theft.
Gadget Insurance - Similar to your tools, an aerial installer most likely can't work without their phone or laptop. Should this be stolen or broken, our Gadget Insurance policy protects you.
Tax Enquiry Insurance - Some things in life are certain, and taxes are one of them. If you have trouble with the taxman and need help, this insurance helps you out.
Personal Accident & Sickness Insurance - Last but by no means least is insurance to cover you if you injure yourself through an accident or get so sick that you can't work. As a self-employed person, you need to keep the money coming in if you can't work, and our insurance pays a lump sum in the event of a compensation claim.
As we've said, insurance is vital to your business; though we aren't here to tell you what to do, getting yourself sorted and avoiding one less headache makes it much better.
Regarding your quote and getting an idea of your premiums, we at Rhino have made it as simple as possible to get a price. All we will ask is a few questions to gauge your business, your trade and your turnover. From this, we will offer you the best level of coverage for the most cost-effective price on the market.
Why Choose Rhino for your AERIAL INSTALLERS Insurance?
The team are Rhino has years of experience handling insurance for tradespeople. Not only have we created high-quality cover, but we also strive to have a personality. Our policies are celebrated in their thousand on reviews.com, and our social media channels are thriving. Want to join us? Give our lovely UK team a call now on 0116 243 7904.
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