Are your HVAC subcontractors protected? What about temp or additional employees? What happens if miscalculations lead to a loss of revenue for your customers? Are you protected?
HVAC Contractors are specialized tradesmen who perform a variety of jobs, including home and business repairs. HVAC systems installations for new construction, to help determining the heating, ventilation, and air system that a new home or an old commercial building will need is a very important job.
Like any other contractor, Aegis can customize a specialized insurance policy to address the insurance needs of a Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Contractor.
Your business is demanding. It shouldn't include trying to learn all the in's and out's of insurance policies. That's where we come in. Aegis will shop the top carriers in the nation to find the right coverage for your HVAC company, at the best rate for your specific needs. Our insurance professionals understand the problems and challenges that come with being a contractor. We know the different types of coverage, and will fit your policy to your specific needs, and we'll do a thorough job of exploring all types of exposures so that you can rest assured knowing that you're covered. Even better, we'll save you time and money by doing the shopping for you.
For more information on obtaining an HVAC Contractors Insurance contact Aegis at 713-850-7622 or fill out our online form above for your FREE HVAC Contractors Insurance Quote today.
** Unscheduled tools are usually the smaller hand tools of the contractor profession. Insurance companies usually lump the aggregate amount of tools (say $5000 of miscellaneous hammers, screwdrivers, hand saws etc...) into a blanket amount. Be aware that there may be a per item limit on the coverage, usually $500.
** Scheduled items are items over a set value, usually the $500 limit mentioned above. Bobcats, Excavators, Mowers, Expensive tools all are classified in this category. The insurance company only provides coverage if the item is "scheduled" (thus the name scheduled item). The contractor provides the make/model/serial number and value and the item is scheduled onto the policy.