Author: Kat Heubeck
Tags: Tradespeople and Professionals
Use of heat can affect your premiums and excesses depending on your trade and conditions you make to mitigate any risk involved. In this blog we will explain the different types of heat work you will need to declare in order to arrange adequate cover for your business.
When arranging cover for your business, whether it’s online, through a broker or direct, you will need to declare:
Once you have declared your use of heat, you will still be expected to comply with safety requirements or ‘warranties’ issued by the insurer to ensure you’re doing all you can to limit the risk of an incident. These conditions can include:
As always, it’s important to check the wording of your policy to make sure you’re adequately covered, and that you’re complying with any conditions issued by your insurer.
If you’re unsure whether you need additional cover or if you want to arrange insurance for your business, call us today on 020 3883 7976 and we will do our best to help you, alternatively, you can use our online Quote Generator.
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