In this page we discuss Trade Insurance to protect tradies and contractors.
You’ve worked hard to learn the skills of your trade.
You completed the hard yards (and survived the practical jokes) to complete your apprenticeship. You’ve invested in your own tools and equipment. Every day, you push through the early-morning starts and often work out in the elements to get the job done.
In short; you’ve put a lot into getting where you are now.
Unfortunately, even the hardest workers can find themselves on the receiving end of an accident.
What would happen if your toolkit was stolen? If you were injured playing footy and couldn’t work for two weeks? Or if an error by a supplier prevented you completing a job on time, causing issues with your client?
Especially as a contractor, it’s vital you protect your business and your livelihood when you don’t have the stability and security of a full-time employer.
We can help you find the right insurance package to keep you protected, every day on site.
Trade Insurance Policies To Consider
Below are some of the insurance protection you should consider if you operate a trade business.
Depending on your situation and objectives, you may require other covers to adequately protect against risks that could damage your business.
If it’s important for you to adequately protect your business then talk to us about getting a tailored insurance package
Who can we cover?
We’re not limited by the list of occupations below. So if you can’t find your trade, just call us on 1300 ECOVER (1300 326 837)
|Brick Cutting Services|
|Home Maintenance and Repairs|
|Lawn Cutting and Maintenance|
|Pool Maintenance and Repairs|
|Shower Screen Installers|
|Swimming Pool Maintenance|
|Television Antenna Services|
|…and many more.|
5 Reasons To Choose Us
Experts on your side – we represent you, not the insurance companies
More choices with access to over 100 insurers
Convenient monthly payments with Premium Funding
One phone call for all your insurance needs
Less worry because you have dedicated help when there’s a claim