Construction Insurance

Contractors insurance protects your hard-built business from the risks you face while on the job. From the possibility of personal bodily injuries to property damage claims, you need a Construction Insurance policy that is going to provide you with the right coverage. Insurance Canopy can provide general liability policies tailored specifically for your business.
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Who Qualifies?

Don’t see yourself listed? Don’t worry, our agents may still be able to tailor a policy specific to your needs.
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Quickly Apply Online

Applying for Construction Insurance is simple using an online application process. You can review our coverage suggestions, submit personal and business information, review the quote, and proceed to payment details. We’ve worked on streamlining this process to help you save time and enjoy the peace of mind knowing that you can get coverage in a timely manner.
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Get Coverage Tailored to Your Needs

We know that your needs are unique and we believe that your coverage should match those needs. Our policies will be tailored to fit the unique aspects of your business and allow you to make adjustments as your business changes.
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Work with a Top Rated Provider

We’ve partnered with Hiscox, an A rated carrier, that has over 100 years of experience offering quality coverage for businesses of all types. They have a passion for service and are rated 4.8/5 for customer satisfaction with over 8,000 reviewers. This means that you will be in good hands in getting a quote or handling claims.

Questions About Construction Insurance

Construction Insurance is a combination of coverages designed to protect you against third-party claims that arise out of your business operations. As a construction professional, these coverages protect you against a variety of liabilities such as clients who claim that your finished work was unsatisfactory or clients who may have accidents that injure them in your office.

As a construction professional advisor, you might not be aware of the risks you take on when you conduct business. Liability coverage allows you to continue doing business as well as helps you build credibility in your construction business and enhance professionalism as you grow your clientele.

Construction Insurance is general liability insurance, also known as Commercial General Liability (CGL.)

Yes! If you are someone who is providing construction services then you need Construction Insurance for your business. Unfortunately, accidents happen and there are numerous risks that you face as a construction professional. It would be better to err on the side of safety and peace of mind than face the financial and mental burdens that a lawsuit could carry.

Your Construction Insurance policy premium will depend on a few factors, namely the type of service you offer and its associated risks, your yearly revenue, number of employees, and a few other factors.

Insurance Canopy is dedicated to providing construction professionals with the insurance coverage they need to continue doing what they enjoy. We’re here to help answer your questions and address your concerns when it comes to your business insurance.

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