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Archive for June, 2017
If you’re a general contractor and do any amount of roof repair, you need to be upfront about it with your agent when discussing your insurance quote.
While it may be tempting to leave out references to the roofing aspects of your work in order to save a little money on your premium, doing so could result in coverage gaps that might leave you in the lurch if damage occurs and a claim is filed.
Some general liability insurance policies for general contracting may include coverage for limited roofing. However, if a customer sustains damages from roof leakage, and your policy doesn’t specify that roof work is covered, you could be on the hook for costs incurred.
Contact us today to find out what coverage you need for your business.