SAMPLE CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE
for Cleaning and Building Services Businesses

When cleaning companies need to demonstrate that they're insured, they use a Certificate of Liability Insurance. For example, say a client wants to hire you to clean carpets in a building they manage. But first, you have to prove that your insurance meets the requirements outlined in their contract. The client requires cleaning professionals to be bonded before they can begin working.

When you purchase your coverage through insureon, you can simply log on to our site, download an Insurance Certificate, and show it to the client. Easy.

What Does a Certificate of Insurance Do?

A Certificate of Liability Insurance acts as proof of your coverage, which can help you quickly land client contracts. It lists the important details of your liability coverage, including…

  • Policy limits.
  • Expiration dates.
  • Summary of what is and isn't covered.
  • Addendums to your coverage (called "riders" or "endorsements").
  • Any additional parties covered by your insurance.

If you hire a subcontractor to work for your business, you might need to add them to your policy as an Additional Insured. When that happens, they will be listed as such on your certificate.

Sample Insurance Certificates for Cleaning Businesses

To get an idea of what you can expect your certificate to look like, download our sample Certificate of Insurance for cleaning businesses.

If you don't have coverage now but need it to sign a contract, you can submit an online insurance application. Our agents can usually get you bonded and insured within 24 hours.

Certificate of Insurance [PDF]

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