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Posted by lindsey (lindsey), 8 November 2003I am currently setting up a new "One off and spring cleaning" company in Essex but I am not sure what level of insurance is required or how much it might cost. I am intending to do mostly domestic homes but maybe also care homes and commercial. Can anyone provide any info or recommend suitable insurers?
I would be grateful of any little snippet...
Posted by jake (jake), 8 November 2003Lindsey
I would think public liability insurance for office and domestic cleaning would suffice. You would be insured for a £1000000. We are insured with M M A and it costs us £130 a year, although I'm sure you could get it cheaper.
Posted by admin (Forum Admin), 8 November 2003on 11/08/03 at 20:10:29, Peterdirector wrote:
Hi Lindsey It all depend on how many staff you employ its about 2 million Pounds but you best talk to these people at http://www.marsh.co.uk
Posted by Majestic (Majestic), 9 November 2003Have you tried getting a online quote , just type in insurance and you should get quite a few companys then pick one that does online quotes , you have to fill in all your details ,I did this with my public liability cover and saved £45 but you have to shop around
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 9 November 2003Darwin Clayton are worth a go as they have always given good quotes for cleaning contractors.
Hope this helps
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