Running a joinery business means that you'll often have precious little time to yourself. Whether you are a self-employed carpenter or employing a team of joiners, you need business insurance cover in place.
We've made the process of finding the best joiners insurance quicker and simpler, so you can quickly get back to enjoying your spare time. You just have to answer a few simple questions to get things started. We'll use your answers to get quotes from our insurers, and then offer you cover through a selection of brokers. The brokers will all be local to your business to provide a more personal service.
So what will your cover include? Public liability insurance is a must for any business owner, so that's what makes up the backbone of your policy. It protects you from compensation costs in the event of an accident resulting in injury or damage to property. It's mandatory for all traders to have this cover, and you can be demanded to prove it at any time. Employer’s liability insurance is legally required too, bar one or two exceptions. If you have people working for you, you'll need to take out this insurance or face serious consequences. If you need it, we'll include this insurance as part of your quote.
We're proud to be different, and offer a service that's totally different to what you'd get with a comparison site. Having our joiners’ insurance professionals quote from the same policy wordings means that you can compare them side by side rather than trying to decipher varying policies. We also shun long-distance call centres, preferring instead to keep things local.
When you have decided which cover is right for you, you have two options. The first is to buy your cover online straight away from our secure site. The second option is to talk about your policy with an experienced, knowledgeable broker in your local area. It's something we don't think anybody should be charged for, so you can take as much time as you like exploring your options. We never pressure you into a decision – we believe that the customer should be allowed to make an informed choice at a pace that suits them.