Carpentry Contractors

Whether your business is a startup or well established, your policy will be professionally managed by the experts at Fairbanks Insurance Brokers.

Our main objective is to provide Carpentry Contractors with outstanding insurance protection at the most affordable rates.

Carpentry contractors are the backbone of the construction industry and are susceptible to various everyday risks. Minor injuries may be commonplace, but serious injuries associated with liability can become financially devastating.

Just as your customers depend on your business for quality Workmanship, you can count on our quality Carpentry Contractors Insurance products to transfer your risk to a highly rated insurance carrier at an affordable cost to your business.

Here is What We Recommend:

General Liability

Contactors’ General Liability is the foundation of protection for your carpentry contractor’s business. This coverage will respond if your business is liable for bodily injury, property damage, or have a products/completed operations complaint.

It provides defense costs against lawsuits brought by a third party.

Workers' Comp

Many states may require carpentry contractors to provide workers’ compensation coverage for their staff before they can begin a project. Accidents at the job site can result in an employee becoming injured and missing work.

Your workers’ compensation policy will provide financial assistance for medical expenses and lost wages.

Surety Bonds

Most states require you to be licensed before you can begin operations. Many project owners will require carpentry contractors to provide a license or surety bond before they are allowed to bid or commence operations on a project.

Commercial Auto

Often, carpentry contractors will have light and heavy vehicles that require commercial auto insurance to assure their vehicle can be repaired or replaced in the event of an accident, vandalism, or theft.

Inland Marine

Also known as Tool Coverage, this policy will reimburse expenses to repair or replace tools and equipment. Your tools are essential to your livelihood, so we encourage carpentry contractors to consider this valuable coverage.