When you work as a plasterer, you need to make sure you have a comprehensive insurance package and Contractor Cover can help put this in place for you.
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Contractor Cover are Australia’s contractor-focussed insurance broker. We know insurance inside out and we specialise in insurance for contractors. Read below and find out the different types of insurance plasterers around Australia are looking for, then get a quote in just a few seconds.
Plasterers General Property Cover
Plasters generally go from job to job with a car full of tools and equipment. Consider how difficult life would be if your gear was suddenly lost, damaged, or stolen, not to mention expensive to replace! General Property Cover will give you peace of mind that you’re gear will be covered if anything happens to it so you can get back to work quickly and meet your appointments.
Protect your plastering business with Public Liability
Even if you’re meticulous in your work, plasterers are open to accidently causing damage to property or injuring other people while carrying out their work. To make sure you’re covered if this happens, Public Liability Insurance is a vital insurance policy for all plasterers.
Tax Audit Cover for plasters
Tax audits are becoming commonplace for small businesses and can mean a lot of expense for plasterers if you need to hire an accountant or lawyer to complete the audit. To make sure the financial costs of an audit are covered, take out Tax Audit Cover.
Protect yourself with Professional Indemnity Insurance
Professional Indemnity Insurance means you’re covered for any legal costs or damages if you’re deemed professionally negligent following advice or services you’ve provided in your capacity as a plasterer.
Plasterers Personal Accident and Illness Insurance
If you’re unable to carry out your normal work as a plasterer due to accident or injury, it could mean serious financial hardship if you’re unable to keep up with payments. Luckily, Personal Accident and Illness Insurance is available to make sure you still receive an income while you’re off work.