House cleaning insurance can help cover costs if a client slips on a wet floor and breaks an arm, or one of your employees is accused of stealing jewelry or money from a client's home.
These policies provide coverage for common risks faced by house cleaners.
This policy protects house cleaning businesses against common risks, such as client injuries and damage to client property. Add lost key coverage for more complete protection.
Workers’ compensation insurance is required in almost every state for house cleaning businesses that have employees. It can cover medical bills for work-related injuries.
Commercial auto insurance covers costs stemming from injuries and property damage in an accident. It also covers repairs to vehicles damaged by weather or vandalism.
A business owner's policy (BOP) is an affordable way for house cleaning companies to buy general liability insurance and commercial property insurance together.
Commercial umbrella insurance boosts the policy limits of a house cleaning company's general liability, commercial auto, and employer's liability insurance.
Janitorial bonds are a type of surety bond that protect your house cleaning clients if one of your employees steals their cash or belongings.
Housekeeper insurance can protect against many risks. A house cleaner might damage a television while dusting, get into a car accident on the way to a client’s house, or trip over a vacuum and break an arm. House cleaning insurance helps pay medical bills and lawsuits stemming from these issues and others.