As a bricklayer, you face many risks when working on-site, with some dangers being worse than others.
Working on-site alongside large plant machinery, subcontractors, and hazardous tools, your risks are increased – a single mistake could be disastrous.
Alan Boswell Group can protect you, your business, your clients, and your tools and equipment. We search the market to get a flexible insurance policy.
If you work on your own or employ people, we aim to understand your needs and get insurance to suit.
Bricklayers insurance is a varied sector and one that requires expert skills, attention to detail and knowledge. We have many years experience working with a variety of skilled tradesmen and we understand the risks faced on a day by day basis. We pride ourselves on the high level of advice and service we provide our clients and feel we are fantastically positioned to deliver a great proposition to our clients.
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Your bricklayers insurance will typically include:
A bricklayers insurance policy is primarily a liability insurance. Failure to have the correct insurance in place could leave you personally liable.
Insurance cover as a tradesman for public, product, and employers’ liability, and tools and equipment.
Builders insurance covers for public, product, and employers’ liability, and your tools and equipment.
Electricians insurance provides cover for public, product, and employers’ liability, and your tools and equipment.
Insurance cover as a plumber covers public, product, and employers liability and your tools and equipment.
Covers liability claims made by third parties arising from the day to day operation of your business.
Your equipment is worth more to your business than their price tag, get tools in transit insurance to cover your equipment if its lost, damaged, or stolen.
Cover for all aspects of your motor trade business. Includes cover for employees, tools and property, own or customers’ vehicles, and liability for your day-to-day business activities.
The State Pension: how it works and how you qualify for it.
The rules around the State Pension change from time to time, so make sure you know what to expect when you retire and what options you have.
Excess protection insurance helps you recover the excess you’ve paid after making a claim. We explain how it works, the type of policies it usually applies to, and how it could save you money in the long run.
We’re pleased to announce that we’re now a Propertymark approved industry supplier.