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What Is Not Included in Contractors’ Insurance?

What Is Not Included in Contractors’ Insurance?

Did you know that the commercial construction insurance industry in the United States is worth almost $1.5 billion? Since there are so many contingencies to consider, getting all the necessary types of construction insurance is important. Even missing a single...

Why You Should Review Your Contractors Insurance Quarterly

Why You Should Review Your Contractors Insurance Quarterly

Did you know that general contractors are likelier to work at private companies than public ones? This statistic may not surprise you if you are a contractor that owns your own business. However, because you run your own business, you have a lot more responsibilities,...

How Contractors Insurance Can Protect Your Business

How Contractors Insurance Can Protect Your Business

You've taken the plunge and are starting up your small contracting business. However, did you know that almost 20% of small businesses fail in their first year? You will want to be on the ball with everything you do. One way to protect yourself from closing your...

Will Rising Materials Leave You Without Proper Insurance?

Will Rising Materials Leave You Without Proper Insurance?

The last two years have seen a rise in home renovations. The increased demand for building and renovation materials, coupled with supply chain constraints and delays due to the pandemic, has resulted in rising prices for many raw inputs and building materials. When...

Why You Should Always Review Your Contractor Insurance Policy

Why You Should Always Review Your Contractor Insurance Policy

Finding contractor insurance in San Marcos, CA, can provide adequate protection and peace of mind at the time of sign-up and in the years ahead, provided you're checking in and reviewing those terms annually. There's a reason businesses spend over $300 million...