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When T&T Cleaning Services needed liability insurance to cover the company and protect its clients' homes, it turned to insureon. After working with our specialist cleaning insurance agents, T&T was able to find financial security at an affordable price. Watch the video to learn how insurance helped T&T grow and gain the trust of new customers. Read the full story.

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Biggest Injury Risks for Janitors

of janitorial injuries are caused by falls, overexertion, and chemical exposure.

Business Growth Opportunities

It costs just 8% of the median janitorial salary to launch a cleaning business.
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Top 5 Risks
  1. Customer property damage.
  2. 3rd party injuries.
  3. Equipment damage.
  4. Chemical exposure.
  5. Employee injuries.
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Cleaning Services Professionals: Compare Quotes from 35 Leading Insurance Carriers

As the owner of a cleaning business, you face a unique smattering of risks that can lead to serious financial losses if you don't have adequate business insurance. But the appropriate insurance policies can do more than simply protect your coffers — they can also help you attract new customers.

You've probably seen other cleaning services businesses advertise that they are "licensed and bonded." This means they have a professional license and a Surety Bond, which is an insurance policy that guarantees to clients that a business can fulfill its contractual responsibilities. Because of this extra assurance, many valuable clients choose to do business only with bonded cleaning companies.

In addition to Surety Bonds, janitors, maids, and cleaning professionals often need General Liability Insurance, Property Insurance, and Workers' Compensation Insurance. These policies address a cleaning business's biggest liabilities, including…

  • Slip-and-fall accidents.
  • Damage to client property.
  • Illness from hazardous chemicals.

To work with an insurance agency that specializes in cleaning business insurance, submit an online application with insureon. Our cleaning services insurance agents can send free quotes for surety bonds and cleaning business insurance right to your inbox.

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