Our aim at PBIB is to offer you adequate coverage to safeguard your Fencers business from potential losses. As insurance brokers, we have the flexibility to choose from a range of insurance programs, tailoring them to suit your unique insurance requirements. To protect your Fence Contractor business from losses, such as property damage, personal injury, employee injuries, damage or loss to vehicles or tools & equipment, including legal fees and indemnity, we suggest the following coverages:
PBIB will typically use numerous insurance companies to quote your insurance to give you the greatest deal and coverage for your needs. Every policy has adjustable payment options, such as yearly or monthly installments.
If you're a Fencer, getting General Liability insurance is crucial to safeguard your business against third-party claims. These claims could be related to property damage or injury caused by your work. Even a minor mistake could have a significant impact on the future of your company. If a third party suffers bodily injury or property damage due to your business activities, you could face a damaging lawsuit that could potentially destroy your company. With General Liability insurance, you can protect your employees, assets, and overall business from such vulnerabilities and the potential devastation of lawsuits. Your business's well-being is our top priority.
The state or the county where you work may legally need general liability to grant you a license as a fence contractor. We refer to this as "Insurance on your time" at PBIB. We offer full-service certificates Monday through Friday and 24/7 self-service certificates.
General Liability for Doors & Window Contractors can help you pay for:
Our policies are the most reliable in the industry, designed to ensure that you and your employees are fully covered in case of injury or illness. With workers' compensation, your employees' medical expenses will be taken care of, and any lost income will be reimbursed, allowing them to get back on track. Additionally, if a lawsuit arises, our workers' comp policy will safeguard you as well. Trust us to provide a policy that will protect both you and your workers.
Even if you don't have any employees, we've got you covered. Our Work Comp policies are tailored to meet your needs and provide the coverage required by your customers.
Workers Compensation might be required for your Fence Contractor license in your state or county where you work. PBIB provides full-service certificates Monday through Friday and 24/7 self-service certificates, this is what we call “Insurance on your time”.
Workers' Compensation for Excavators can help you pay for:
Without business vehicles to transport you, your supplies, and your tools to the jobsite, it is impossible to operate Fencers. PBIB offers the insurance you need to be protected when trucks are destroyed or stolen, and we try to get you back to work as soon as possible. We are aware firsthand of the importance of your wheeled workforce.
For many projects, commercial auto insurance is a necessary insurance coverage for fencers, and we offer full-service insurance certificates Monday through Friday to get you started as well as 24/7 self-service certificates, which is what we mean when we say, "Insurance on your time."
Commercial Auto for Excavators can help you pay for:
Your Fencing business relies heavily on company vehicles to transport materials and tools to job sites, making it impossible to function without them. At PBIB, we understand the importance of your mobile workforce and offer comprehensive insurance coverage to protect your trucks in case of theft or damage. Our aim is to get you back to work quickly, minimizing downtime.
For Fencers, Commercial Auto insurance is crucial and often mandatory for project requirements. We provide complete insurance certificates during regular business hours, and our 24/7 self-service certificates allow you to access coverage at your convenience. This is what we call "Insurance on your time," designed to meet your needs and enable you to focus on your work.
Tools & Equipment for Excavators can help you pay for damaged or stolen:
Fence contractors face the risk of lawsuits if something goes wrong with a project they worked on. Professional liability insurance, also known as errors and omissions insurance, can provide valuable protection in these cases. It covers legal defense and damages in the event of a lawsuit. When shopping for a policy, contractors should consider coverage limits, deductibles, exclusions, and premiums to find the best policy for their needs. Professional liability insurance can give clients peace of mind and protect contractors from financial fallout.
Professional Liability Insurance can help your business with:
Most states demand a licensing bond to grant or renew a contractor license. The licensing bond provides assurance that you won't transgress any state laws or run away with a client's deposit.
A license bond can be purchased for as little as $70, but the cost increases based on the applicant's personal credit, licensing history, and contractor classification.
Simply input your state and the sort of bond you need, or choose from a list, to obtain an immediate estimate and bind online in just a few minutes. We write all forms of bonds, including performance and payment bonds in addition to a long list of others.
At Pascal Burke Insurance Brokerage Inc. (PBIBInc), our knowledge of the products and the marketplace we serve is unparalleled. As former contractors, we know the construction industry from the ground up!