Business Insurance for Drywall Installers

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An accident on stilts or stolen finishing tools can be costly for a drywall contractor or business. Protect your livelihood with policies that cover injuries, theft, and more.

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Insureon helps drywall installation professionals compare quotes from top U.S. carriers online. Get several quotes with one application.

What types of insurance do drywall installation businesses need?

These policies provide coverage for common risks of drywall installation.

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General liability insurance

This policy covers common drywaller risks, such as a customer slipping in joint compound. Bundle with property insurance for savings in a business owner’s policy.

BEST FOR
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Damaged customer property
  • Libel or slander lawsuits
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Workers’ compensation insurance

Workers’ compensation insurance is required in almost every state for drywall businesses that have employees. It can cover medical bills for work-related injuries.

BEST FOR
  • Employee medical expenses
  • Missed wages
  • Legal costs
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Commercial auto insurance

This policy covers property damage and third-party injuries caused by drywall company vehicles, as well as repairs to vehicles damaged by vandalism or weather.

BEST FOR
  • Physical damage and collision coverage
  • Injuries caused to another person
  • Vandalism and theft
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Contractor’s tools and equipment insurance

This policy helps pay for repair or replacement of a drywall contractor’s taping banjos, flat boxes, and other tools if they are lost, stolen, or damaged.

BEST FOR
  • Equipment less than five years old
  • Mobile equipment
  • Small tools
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How much does insurance cost for drywall installers?

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Several factors will have an impact on insurance costs, including:

  • Installation services offered
  • Business equipment and property
  • Revenue
  • Location
  • Number of employees
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Why do drywall installation businesses need insurance?

As a drywall installer, you’re surrounded by employees, contractors, and clients while taping and finishing in other people's buildings. This opens you up to many risks, including injuries and theft. Drywall contractor insurance can help cover costly lawsuits and other losses.

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