Maid Insurance

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Starting at

$446

per year

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General Liability Limit:
$2 Million Aggregate
$1 Million Per Occurrence
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Canopy and Maid Insurance

You provide cleaning services for various clients and run every aspect of your business all at once; one of the best things you can do to protect your livelihood is to carry maid insurance. We provide low-cost insurance for maid businesses. Protect your livelihood and operate with peace of mind. Select your insurance coverage today!

 
Risks You Face
  • Accidental spilling of cleaning products or other stain-causing spills
  • Damage to client’s business possessions or property
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
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Our licensed agents are happy to answer your questions about maid insurance. Let us help you find the right coverage for your business.
Clean With Confidence
You have worked hard to build your maid business. You deserve to reap the benefits of what you’ve created. Maid insurance protects your business and may cover you if something were to go wrong on the job.
 
Questions About Maid Insurance

Choosing the right insurance is critical. You can’t afford gaps in your coverage that could put you out of business.

What Is Maid Insurance?
Cleaning supplies

Insurance is designed to cover claims related to the daily operations of your business. For example, if your client slips and falls due to your work, maid insurance could help cover the medical costs.

Maid insurance provides coverages for general liability, damage to premises rented, medical expenses, and more.

Why Should I Have Maid Insurance?
Maid with cleaning supplies

As a business owner, you face a variety of risks running your business. It is essential to add maid insurance to your company’s business plan to protect you from these risks. One unfortunate incident can lead to an expensive lawsuit. This could result in you being responsible for thousands of dollars in bills and potentially closing your business for good. With the help of insurance, you can financially safeguard your business if you face a third-party claim.

How Much Does Maid Insurance Cost?
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We offer insurance coverage starting at $446 per year.

 
Need additional information before making a decision?
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Coverage Details

Maximum Liability Insurance Limits
General Aggregate $2,000,000
Products & Completed Operations Aggregate $2,000,000
Each Occurrence Limit $1,000,000
Personal & Advertising Injury Limit $1,000,000
Damage to Rented Premises Limit $100,000
Medical Expense Limit $5,000
Optional Coverage Options

Inland Marine Coverage

Limits/Occurrence/Aggregate
$1,000/$3,000
$2,000/$6,000
$5,000/$10,000
Premium
$40
$55
$60
Deductible
$250
"I couldn't be happier with the customer service I've received… Everybody has been prompt, professional, and quick to understand my needs."
- Greg, AZ
 

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Maid Insurance
Available in the following states:

  • Alabama
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