Insurance for Window Cleaners

Window Cleaners can be wiped out by a costly lawsuit or claim. Keep them in business with proper coverage.

Perhaps the most obvious risk for a window cleaner is injuries sustained from a fall. Cleaners may be on ladders at a home or high up on scaffolding in the case of a commercial cleaner. There are also chemicals involved as well as the possibility of damage to the window or building being cleaned. Whatever type of cleaning business your client is in, be sure they are covered in the case of an unfortunate accident.

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Coverage to Consider

Discuss with clients in the window cleaning business the following:

  • General Liability: Covers window cleaner from property damage or bodily injury claims from a third party.
  • Workers Compensation: Covers¬†employees from accidents or injuries on the job.
  • Commercial Auto Insurance: Covers company vehicles from accidents and damage.
  • Inland Marine Insurance: Covers¬†equipment when being transferred to job site.
  • Commercial Property: Protects company's property and equipment from natural disaster or theft.
  • Commercial Umbrella: Added coverage to protect from costs that may go beyond standard coverage amounts.