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Installation

The licensing, insurance, and bonding requirements for HVAC professionals vary by state. Having the right insurance and bonding can help keep you financially protected and may be required for some...

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Construction
Launching a successful construction business means drafting the right business plan, defining your marketing strategy, and searching for new contract opportunities.
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Workers' compensation insurance
Knowing the most common workplace injuries and how to prevent them can decrease the number of workplace accidents at your business and increase your employees' safety.
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Construction

Employee injuries, stolen equipment, and structural flaws can disrupt a construction company’s business, but you can mitigate risks by following industry best practices and choosing the right...

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Workers' compensation insurance
Where health insurance coverage ends and workers' comp coverage begins can be confusing for employers and employees alike. Learn about how the two insurance policies differ from one another.
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Workers' compensation insurance
Workers' compensation covers the costs of work-related injuries and illnesses, like medical bills and lost wages. Here’s how workers’ comp works, and what you need to know as a business owner.
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Construction

An unhappy client might sue your construction business for building defects or work delays. Even if you weren't responsible, fighting a lawsuit can be costly and time-consuming. Learn how to protect...

A construction worker clutching his knee in pain.
Workers' compensation insurance
Taking measures to ensure that your workplace is safe is cost effective and will improve employee morale.
Two construction workers in helmets up high on a building.
Construction

Struck-by-objects injuries are one of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s "fatal four" hazards, but there are measures you can take to minimize the risks. Below we identify and...

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Commercial auto insurance
Insurance companies view business drivers as bigger risks than personal drivers. That's why you may need auto insurance that specifically covers driving for work purposes.
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Construction
The types of licenses that construction companies and contractors need vary by location, but most projects will at least require a building permit.
Woman in a leg cast with a laptop reviewing paperwork.
Workers' compensation insurance
Almost every state requires employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. Learn about the four types of workers’ compensation benefits and how they work.
Two construction workers examine and take notes on crumbling plaster ceiling.
Construction

If a crack forms in the wall of one of your buildings or another issue becomes evident, clients will often look to your construction company for compensation. Learn who can be held liable, and how...

Safety equipment for construction workers.
Workers' compensation insurance
Cultivating a safe work environment protects your employees and your business, in addition to saving you money.
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