Sign Contractors

Fairbanks Insurance Brokers is the leading source for Contractors' Insurance.

Our comprehensive insurance programs provide Sign Contractors with the ultimate edge against third-party injury or property damage -

A Sign Contractor’s day-to-day operations involve fabricating, installing, erecting, and repairing signs or parts on a post, pole, or structure.

Work done from an elevated position creates significant exposure to on-the-job injuries.

Sign contractors typically use boom trucks to place signs on a pole or structure that presents the risk of bodily injury and property damage to third parties.

Our specialists will walk you through different Contractors’ Insurance options to protect your business from unforeseen risks and hazards.

Here is What We Recommend:

General Liability

Contractors’ General Liability coverage is the backbone of a contractors’ insurance package.

When things go wrong at the job site, why risk losing your business when you can transfer the risk to an insurance company?

Sign Contractors’ General Liability insurance provides coverage for liability, property damage, products/completed operations, and defense costs for third-party action brought against you.

Workers' Comp

When a Sign Contractor applies for a license, most state licensing authorities will require a Sign Contractors’ Workers’ Comp Policy to protect their employees if injured on the job.

Sign Contractors’ Workers’ Comp Insurance can also cover lost wages due to job-related injury or illness.

Surety Bonds

Most states require Sign Contractors to offer a License Bond or Contractors’ Surety Bond before being allowed to bid on a job or begin working.

Contractors’ Surety Bonds are a financial guarantee that the terms of the project agreement get fulfilled by the contractor.

Commercial Auto

Sign contractors rely on trucks with attached equipment to transport signs and material to a job site and place them into position.

Sign Contractors’ Commercial Auto Insurance provides coverage for liability and physical damage for your work vehicles and attached equipment.

Inland Marine

A Sign Contractor’s tools and equipment are crucial for completing projects in a safe and timely manner.

Also known as Sign Contractors’ Tool & Equipment Coverage, a Contractors’ Inland Marine policy will reimburse your business for a covered peril if your tools or equipment are damaged or stolen at the job site or while in storage.