Business Insurance for Tile and Stone Installation



When it comes to insurance for your tile and stone business, you want your coverage to be laid out and filled in. With a PolicySweet® Business Owners Policy, we’ll make sure your coverage does not go over the edge. From general liability to workers’ compensation, each insurance policy for installation professionals is cut just for you.


Coverage Types for Tile and Stone Contractors:

BOP

A business owners policy combines three key coverages into one policy to help protect your business against multiple risks. A BOP bundles general liability, property, and cyber coverages together.

Commercial Liability Insurance

General liability could help provide protection in the event of third-party property damage or bodily injury. It could cover expenses related to replacing or repairing damaged property. It could also help cover medical costs associated with third-party injuries.

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GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

Business Property Insurance

If your business property is damaged, lost, or stolen property coverage can provide protection. Business personal property can cover the costs associated with repairing or replacing property in the event of a covered loss.

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PROPERTY INSURANCE

Cyber Insurance

It can help protect your business if it is impacted by a computer-related crime. Cyber coverage could cover the expenses related to data loss, recovery, and recreation. It could also cover customer notification expenses and legal fees.

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CYBER INSURANCE


Workers’ Comp

Almost every state requires workers’ compensation coverage for businesses with employees. It can help protect business owners and their employees. If an employee experiences a work-related injury or illness, workers’ compensation could help reduce financial risks for the business by covering medical expenses and lost wages.


HomeHQ

Need coverage for your home-based business? HomeHQSM coverage could provide protection for business property including inventory and equipment. If these items were to become damaged, the cost to replace the items could be covered.