Drywall Contractors Insurance

The contractor's insurance professionals at Fairbanks Insurance Brokers will provide Drywall Contractors with a complete package and pricing on General Liability, Workers' Comp, Inland Marine, Commercial Auto, and the required Surety Bonds -

Why do I need Contractors Insurance?

Like many specialty contractors, drywall installers face multiple risks at the job site. Hanging, taping, and then applying mud to drywall is a skill learned over time that requires special training and experience. A drywall contractor’s exposure to injuries could lead to significant medical expenses and lost wages for employees in the event of an accident.

Obtaining a comprehensive contractors’ insurance package is the first step in securing financial protection in the event of a workplace accident or third-party property damage.

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General Liability


Drywall contractors’ general liability insurance is the bedrock coverage of a formidable commercial insurance portfolio.

This policy will provide your drywall business coverage for third-party injury at the job site or property damaged by you or your workers which your company is found liable.

The drywall installers’ general liability policy also provides coverage for defense costs which can become the costliest part of a claim.

Workers' Comp


Since installers are at high risk for injuries, drywall contractors’ workers’ compensation insurance will provide coverage for your employees if they are injured or become ill from a job-related incident.

A drywall installer workers’ comp policy will help pay for medical expenses, lost wages, and funeral expenses.

Various states require employers to obtain a drywall contractors’ workers comp policy to obtain a license.

Surety Bonds


A drywall installers’ surety bond financially guarantees your state’s licensing department and your customer if you fail to complete a job according to your bid.

A drywall contractor’s license bond is a general requirement to receive a license to operate in most states.

Commercial Auto


A drywall contractors’ commercial auto policy will cover your business vehicles and trailers if you or an insured driver are found liable for an at-fault accident.

The policy also covers work vehicles if damaged in an accident, stolen, or vandalized.

Inland Marine


Tools and equipment insured under a drywall installers’ inland marine policy will reduce or reimburse out-of-pocket expenses for a covered peril if your tools or equipment are damaged or stolen at the job site, your business, or while in transit.

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