Business Insurance for Mason Contractors



When it comes to insurance for your mason business, you want your coverage to be well-constructed. With a PolicySweet® Business Owners Policy, we’ll make sure your coverage is equipped to fit your needs. From general liability to workers’ compensation, each masonry insurance policy is meticulously crafted to your liking.


What Type of Insurance Do Masons Need?

BOP

Are you looking to obtain general liability, business property, and cyber-risk insurance for your business? A BOP bundles these three types of coverages together in one convenient policy. It can make it easier to manage claims and could cost less than buying each coverage as an individual policy.

Commercial Liability Insurance

Third-party claims like bodily injury, property damage, copyright infringement, and advertising injuries can be covered with general liability coverage. Without coverage, your business could be responsible for damages and out of pocket expenses.

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GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

Business Property Insurance

Help cover your business tools, equipment, and inventory. Business property coverage can help protect your business assets and pay for repairs or replacements if they become damaged, lost, or stolen.

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PROPERTY INSURANCE

Cyber Insurance

If your business experiences a cyber security threat, it could impact your business financially and put your employees and customers at risk. Cyber coverage can help reduce the impact of a cyberattack by covering costs related to data restoration, legal fees, fines, and customer notifications.

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CYBER INSURANCE


Workers’ Comp

This coverage can help cover expenses associated with employee on-the-job injuries and work-related illnesses. Medical expenses and lost wages while an injured employee recovers could be covered with workers’ comp.


HomeHQ

Home-based business coverage is for business owners that want to protect their business assets while operating their business from home. HomeHQSM can help to protect your business from third-party claims made against your business. It could replace damaged business property and inventory as well as other covered losses.