Building & Trades Insurance
Types of Building & Trades Insurance
Tradies have their own unique exposures to risk. Frequently sub-contracting your skills to others and exposed to risk not necessarily of your making. Luckily, we have this covered. Every Tradie should have Public Liability Insurance and covering your tools of trade just makes sense. But what about all the other things that can go wrong?
A bundled Tradies Insurance Pack can be a very cost-effective way to give you the peace of mind with the knowledge that you are taken care of.
Common policies included are:
- Tool Insurance
- Vehicle Insurance
- Trailer Insurance
- Public Liability
- Property Insurance
Keep in mind that your income is important to protect too. Personal Sickness and Accident Insurance can also be bundled with these policies, but these policies are inferior to Income Protection policies offered through Life Companies. Please ask us for more information on this.
Easyway Insurance Brokers can tailor a business package for your Business.
Easyway Insurance is an Australian insurance broking business and an Authorised Representative under Unique Group Broker Services Pty Ltd AFSL 509434. Now that’s been said, we also have 26 years experience in the insurance industry under our belt and understand insurance products and how they can change someone’s life.
Absolutely. Just like us, they are bound by a duty of care and have strict guidelines that have to be complied with. Gee this all sounds very formal but in all honesty with the decades of experience that we have, we know how to get the job done, and who to trust to take on the Risk.
When you start a policy with one of our partners, they will give us a few $ for recommending you.
General Advice is where we do not take into consideration any of your financial situation, objectives or needs. We will provide you with a minimum of two quotes for the insurance cover that you request. You will need to consider if the general advice and any relevant product is appropriate for your circumstances. We suggest that you consider the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) relating to the product before making any decision about whether to acquire the product.