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2 Potentially Devastating Threats Faced by Roofing Contractors

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2 Potentially Devastating Threats Faced by Roofing Contractors

Liability Insurance for Roofing Contractors

Certain times of the year can get very hectic for roofing contractors. Business decisions must be made quickly and after multiple roofing jobs, mistakes, accidents, and sometimes just plain bad luck can threaten roofing businesses run by even the most experienced of people. Given enough time, setbacks can and do happen to even the most careful contractors. Sometimes these setbacks can devastate previously profitable businesses that provided work and a living for its owner and employees.

What are these threats? There are several threats but two important ones are:

1. Third Party Property Damage and Non-Employee Injuries

Things can go wrong for even roofing contractors with near perfect business histories. The reasons are that risk is always present with every job they work on. A new employee can make a mistake that goes unnoticed and causes roof leakage and extensive water damage to a home.  Employee turnover is inevitable, and each new-hire is yet another potential liability.

Mistakes can also cause injury to clients or non-employee bystanders. What a reasonable person would call an honest mistake might be called something else by a lawyer: negligence. Protecting your roofer clients against devastating lawsuits that can close down their businesses requires general liability insurance. Make sure they’re adequately covered.

2. Equipment Damage or Loss

Without their equipment, your roofing clients don’t have a business. The risk of loss, damage, or theft is always present because equipment can’t be kept under lock and key all the time. these valuable and essential items are exposed to possible loss or damage when used on job sites and when transported between jobs. A single traffic accident or an overnight theft can take away this essential business asset. The only protection against this risk is including sufficient equipment coverage in their insurance.

The above threats are only 2 of several business threats your roofing clients face. Are they adequately covered? If not, an excess insurance policy can fill the gaps.

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