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Right from day one, your clients look to you for care, expertise and above all, a truly secure service. Whether it’s two people running your cleaning business or you’re a growing company of 10, arranging the right cover is essential – just in case something goes wrong. With Simply Business, you can build a policy that protects you, your premises, and your clients, plus any specialist equipment or tools. It’s quick, quality cover, without the hassle.
If you run a specific type of cleaning business, why not start with one of our tailored quote applications? You'll soon be comparing quotes from up to eight insurers – here's a quick preview to get you started:
Offices tend to house expensive, essential equipment. If you or an employee had an accident, would you be ready financially? The costs of replacing computers, printers and other office equipment – not to mention fixtures and fittings – can be very high, so a public liability insurance policy should be a top priority.
Public liability insurance is an important cover for all cleaners, but if you use an office or depot, you could add a business buildings insurance policy as well.
Working in someone's home or holiday let, you need cover for damage to all sorts of possessions and fittings. With solid public liability cover in place, plus a few more specific options, you're free to get on with the job in hand.Compare quotes
Public liability insurance is important for all types of cleaning company, in case someone is injured or killed, or their property damaged because of your business. Simply Business offers between £1 million and £5 million in cover, to protect you against this cost.
Remember to factor in where you’re based. Whether you work from an office or a depot, or you manage the business from home, our business premises options will help take care of the day to day risks.
Remember too, cleaning tends to revolve around specialist tools and equipment. Have you thought about including business equipment insurance in your policy?
If you have employees, contractors, casual workers or temporary staff, you’re required by law to take out employers’ liability insurance. It’ll cover claims from employees who’ve been injured or become seriously ill as a result of working for you.
We also provide specific insurance options for housekeeping services – so if your work covers cleaning, ironing, cooking and other household management jobs, let us know when you apply.