Window Cleaning Issues - Canvassing, pole systems, pricing, problems, etc.
Posted by D.Salkeld_Ltd (D.Salkeld_Ltd), 14 December 2003Does anyone know where I can get Employers Liability from. It seems a bit like Rocking Horse Muck!!
Posted by Plymouth_Cleaning (Plymouth_Cleaning), 14 December 2003i was told you cant and im still looking...let me know also
Posted by Fox (Fox), 14 December 2003Darwin Clayton or Camberford Law.
Posted by denzle (denzle), 14 December 2003Eagle Star, but be prepared for a shock, it costs me about £800 and i'm expecting a price hike on renewal this year. Not because i have had a claim but because they feel we are one hell of a risk.
My advise is get it..... with all these legal No Win No Fee adds on TV you can bet one day your gonna need it.
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 14 December 2003Hi Denzle,
Who put together your website Nice site
Posted by denzle (denzle), 14 December 2003Thankyou,
My number one employee who also happens to be my daughters fiancee did it as part of his university degree,
It still needs a little work but i'm very pleased with it.
In case your wondering why anyone with a degree in IT would want to be a full time WCer.... well he just loves the business and working outside, and boy does he work hard.
Posted by shinnyshinner (shinnyshinner), 14 December 2003I'll second that too nice site Denzle.
Not forgetting yrs as well god
Posted by paul (paul), 14 December 2003got mine with nig through darwin and clayton set me back £2500 this year compared to£800 last year
Posted by shinnyshinner (shinnyshinner), 14 December 2003Thats alot of windows Paul
Posted by heritage (heritage lee), 14 December 2003i went with hill house hammond i pay 290
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 14 December 2003Hi Heritage,
Thats not employer liability though is it
Posted by heritage (heritage lee), 14 December 2003yes iv got public and employers its with nig via hill house hammond its a class hhh tradesmen up 2 3 floors
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 14 December 2003Thats a really good price. Is that with one employee
Posted by heritage (heritage lee), 14 December 2003up to 3 workers
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