Window cleaning business insurance can help cover expenses if an employee steals client property, a company vehicle is stolen, or an employee falls off a ladder and is injured.
These policies cover common risks of window and gutter cleaning businesses.
General liability insurance protects against basic third-party business risks, such as accidental damage to client property during a window cleaning.
Workers’ compensation insurance is required in almost every state for window cleaning businesses that have employees. It can cover medical bills for work-related injuries.
This policy can pay to repair vehicles damaged by weather or vandalism. It also covers third-party injuries and property damage caused by window cleaning company vehicles.
A business owner's policy (BOP) combines general liability with commercial property insurance at a discount. It's one of the most cost-effective policies for window cleaners.
Window cleaners can purchase commercial umbrella insurance to boost the coverage on their other liability policies. It helps meet client demands for higher policy limits.
Janitorial bonds are a type of surety bond that protect against potential losses caused by an employee’s dishonesty, such as theft of money or property from a client’s home.
Window cleaning companies face multiple risks. An employee could get into an auto accident on the way to a job site, or fall off a ladder and suffer an injury. Your business could also get sued over a customer injury or property damage. Window cleaning insurance can cover these and other liability issues for window and gutter cleaning professionals.