Operating as a heating engineer is a very technical line of work, and one that requires specialist skills to undertake. Here at Rhino, we work closely with businesses across the entire UK offering heating engineer insurance that keeps them covered when performing their work. Insurance is there to serve as a positive commodity for trades people, but we understand that often it can seem confusing. What insurance is right for my business? Do I even need insurance? These are questions we often hear, so we want to make insurance simple for heating engineers nationwide.
Bricklayers Public Liability Insurance
Public liability insurance for bricklayers is a very common form of bricklayer’s insurance and offers valuable cover to the policyholder in the event of a claim being made against them. Claims can occur due to accident, injury or third-party damage caused by the work that the insured person carries out. The policy itself provides cover if compensation needs to be paid due to accidental death or injury, and the insurance also covers potential damage made to a customer or client’s property.
See below some key information about bricklayer’s public liability cover:
Starts at just £72.80 for £1million cover.
Excess of £500 as standard on all claims.
Covers bricklaying at a height of 15 metres.
Covers bricklaying at a depth of 2 metres.
Free mid-term adjustments, no admin fees.
Interest free monthly payment options, no Direct Debit fees.
Can be purchased online or over the phone.
Employers Liability Insurance add on available.
Instant certificates and documentation.
Anyone operating as a bricklayer should consider public liability insurance for their business, and anyone who has employees should also consider adding employer’s liability insurance. Employers’ liability insurance is a legal requirement for any bricklaying business that employs anyone in addition to the primary policyholder and covers said policyholder in the event of injury claims being made by the employee.
If you ever need to make a claim on your bricklayer’s public liability insurance, then you can do so easily via the Rhino claims team. Claims in some cases can be highly costly, and in these cases, you will need to ensure that you have the right level of cover in place. Rhino Trade Insurance’s PL cover can be purchased via our online shop or over the phone at various levels of cover. We offer liability insurance for bricklayers at £1million cover, £2million and £5million. Increased cover levels are available upon request and all employer’s liability insurance policies come with £10million cover.
Building is the cornerstone of the construction industry, and bricklayers perform a very important and necessary job within it. Across the country bricklaying businesses encounter potential accidents and hazards as a result of the work they are undertaking every day, and because of this must ensure that they have proper insurance in place. Bricklayer’s insurance is a very important commodity and makes sure that bricklayers are covered in the event that a claim is made against them as a result of their work. Here at Rhino, we supply a vast range of cover for builders and bricklayers and offer insurances at the best prices we’ve found on the market. In a matter of minutes, you can have the right business insurance in place, giving you peace of mind that you have that financial backstop in the horrible event of a claim.
If you are wondering what bricklayer’s insurance policy you should take out then let Rhino help you. We understand that between the difficult jargon and insurance lingo you may get confused as to what insurance you really need. That is where we come in! It is very important that when choosing insurance for bricklayers you take your time and consider the options available to you. Public liability insurance is arguably the most important, and certainly most common, but there are numerous other policies that can be considered. Tools insurance for example is a very valuable form of cover that protects the many tools and effects that a bricklayer will require in order to perform their job correctly and to a high standard. Insurance for your tools is a great way of making sure that you will still be able to work in the unfortunate case of tools theft and is certainly something that anyone working as a tradesman should consider. Rhino offers many other examples of bricklayer’s insurance available via our quote engine and available for you to choose from. Do what’s right for you and do what’s right for your business. Get yourself covered!
Simply put, you need heating engineer’s insurance in place to keep your business financially covered in the event of a claim being made against you and your business. Here at Rhino Trade Insurance, we understand the needs and requirements of all tradespeople when it comes to their insurance and having the right cover in place.
We have worked hard with our partners and underwriters to craft the best insurance policies for heating engineers on the market, offering comprehensive cover at very competitive rates. Insurance is something that we all look upon as a necessary evil, but always remember how important it is and the great risk you take by not purchasing the right insurance for your business.