Window Cleaning Issues - Canvassing, pole systems, pricing, problems, etc.
Posted by kilimanjaro (kilimanjaro), 29 November 2003Anyone know of an insurance company that provides employers liability for window cleaners? It sees that they all provide public liability, but not employers liability anymore.
Posted by Majestic (Majestic), 29 November 2003Most firms now have web sites , just type in what you want , then you should get a list of sites , pick a site some do online quotes
Posted by andy (andy), 29 November 2003hi ya kilimanjaro!
Have you checked the national fed window cleaning for there prices? they do both, and it becomes cheaper if you take both of them togeather which other company dont really do.
But first you will have to registar with them to benifit from the deal. Check if its worth joining for you.
There is othe company what provide, but as buddy just replyed! you would have to go on the internt or go through yellow pages and phone about 10 - 15 companys.
p.s:- take your time! well not too much, but just make sure your using the right company's for you. And be tight with your outgoings when it comes down to stuff like this.
Posted by elfords (elfords), 1 December 2003We are currently looking at proposals for renewing Public & Employers liability insurance to include key holder, working upto 40 metres from platforms, from ladders upto 9 metres, using Water fed Pole systems and pressure washing upto 3000 psi and have been getting quotes above £4000 PA, has the insurance industry gone mad! What have you guys been finding? I am thinking that many guys must be forced into being under insured or not being insured at all as these costs are becoming outrageous.
Posted by The_Fed_Man (The_Fed_Man), 1 December 2003Mark,
Try Eagle Star if you're not going above 9 meters
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