Insurance

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  1. moonpig

    moonpig Active Member
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    Hey ive seen on hear before about insurance for working but can't seem to find the post what/who do you guys use and whos the best out there. Thanks
     
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  2. spruce

    spruce Grand Master
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    Gleaming Insurance underwritten by Hiscox gives you insurance cover for the glass you are working on.

    We never bothered with this additional cover before. We have now got a commercial job that has very large pieces of glass, probably 12 to 15' high. I would imagine that each pain would cost far more to replace than I can afford.

    Normally with residential, cracking a pain of glass won't cost you more than the excess to replace. In 10 years we haven't damaged any glass, so it was a saving not to take this additional cover. Taking the extra risk was worth the saving.

    It depends on how you view insurance.
     
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