Whether you're working on a private property or as a plumber on a construction site, you'll be all too aware of the accidents that can happen.
As a plumber you know just how easily damage can be caused to a home or commercial property – and it’s important to remember that your business is no different.
Having the right insurance can provide you with cover against the wide range of risks you face as a professional plumber. Plus if you buy online you can save up to $100.
If you need to prove you hold an existing SGIC Business Insurance policy, you can request a Certificate of Currency.
If you would like a copy of your policy, you can request a Certificate of Insurance.
If you require we can provide you with a Tax invoice.
Apart from insurance being a licence requirement, as a plumber you're likely to be carrying out a wide range of jobs that can expose you to a range of risks that outweigh many other businesses and occupations.
Think about your exposure to:
All of these risks can result in personal or employee injury and large claims against your business.
Our tailored cover can help to protect you against the wide range of risks your business faces and can ensure you won’t be left out of pocket if something goes wrong.
As a plumber you do a lot to keep yourself safe at work, so don’t forget to protect your business too.
There are a wide range of benefits associated with taking out insurance for your plumbing business that include:
Out of all the trades, plumbers are often the ones with an extensive set of tools. From your pipe cutters and wrenches to pump pliers – over the years your toolkit is likely to add up to a significant cost.
Our tailored policies help to protect your tools against the following:
Including your home in your Business Insurance?
Our Home Key Facts Sheet (KFS) sets out some of the events/risks covered and not covered by our domestic homes listed in Business Insurance policies and other information you should consider. These sheets do not provide a complete statement of the cover offered, exclusions, conditions and limits that apply under the policies. You should carefully read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and all policy documentation for more details.