Window Cleaning

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As an owner of a window cleaning business you have your hands full running your business. You’re required to manage schedules, get new customers, have payroll, plus taxes, legal and last but not least, business insurance.

Window cleaning can be a lucrative career — as long as our homes and commercial buildings include windows, they will be in need of regular washing. But there are risks to owning any small business, and your window washing service is no exception. Window washing is inherently dangerous, which means you’ll need a small business insurance policy to protect your employees. You also rely on vehicles and specialty equipment, all of which needs its own insurance protection.

Not every window-washing business is the same. Urban window cleaners face difference risk exposures and may require different equipment than residential window cleaners. These differences require different insurance coverage, which is why each of the above policies can be adjusted to fit your business — and no one else’s.

We provide Window Cleaners Insurance by filling out an online application we will contact you to help your contracting business get insured. Whether you operate a large company or are a one man operation we will provide you with insurance your business needs to succeed.

Core coverage on a Window Cleaning Contractors Insurance policy is liability insurance with optional extras to give you coverage for things like tools and equipment.

Why A Window Cleaner Needs Liability Insurance

  • Our insurance will protect you if someone believes you are negligent and have caused third party property damage or bodily injury as a result of your business operations
  • If you are hired to act as a subcontractor, many times the general contractor will ask for proof of insurance
  • As the world evolves into a more contract based society, even completing the most simple of tasks, customers will want to see that you are insured.
  • Bidding on municipal, government and commercial contracts in Ontario will likely mean that having liability insurance is mandatory typically between $2 million and $5 million Commercial General Liability Insurance and in some cases more depending on the work involved
  • Instill confidence to potential clients that you are a well established business that is licensed, registered and insured.

Window cleaners and owners of window cleaning businesses often have very hectic schedules and a lot of responsibility. Managing the daily needs of a successful business can be stressful, and you’re tasked with making sure your clients are happy with your services as well. Aside from keeping customers happy you must also keep them safe, and protect your company from financial problems when accidents arise. Help yourself to run your business smoothly by carrying general liability insurance for window cleaners.