A painting contractor takes care of indoor and outdoor painting jobs, including walls, ceiling, trim and baseboards, cabinets, and other surfaces in your home or office. Aside from the painting aspect, painting contractors are responsible for a variety of other functions including removing switch plates, covering furniture with drop cloths, cleaning the area after their work is finished, and other small details of getting their job done.
Painting contractors often work as independent contractors or operate their own painting business. Being a painting contractor has many perks, but it also includes a variety of risks. These include injury to employees or homeowners while they are doing their work, property damage, and other operational liabilities. Painting contractors insurance is therefore an essential part of being a painting contractor and protecting your financial assets.
Types of Insurance we have Available
- Painting Contractors General Liability Insurance
- Painting Contractors Inland Marine Insurance
- Painting Contractors Commercial Auto Insurance
- Painting Contractors Workers' Compensation
- Painting Contractors Professional Liability (E&O) Insurance
- Painting Contractors Employment Practices Liability Insurance
Yes, You Do Really Need a Licensed, Insured & Bonded Painter
While hiring a licensed, insured & bonded painter does not guarantee a better painting result, it does provide some assurances. There are hundreds of painters in any local market. Take your time. Get the information you need to make an educated buying decision. Do not judge a painter by price alone. A lower price may just be an indicator of other concerns. Make sure your painter will be there to support beyond the paint job.