Buschbach Insurance Agency, Inc. Blog: construction insurance
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Tuesday, June 19, 2018It is an exciting time to be a business owner. As a contractor, you may notice your business growing. You have new clients and projects. Yet, all of this good comes with increased risks. As a company, it is important to reflect on the amount of commercial coverage you have. Do you have enough? READ MORE >>
Friday, October 27, 2017The construction industry has a higher level of risk for workers injuries than other organizations. The United State Department of Labor's OSHA office provides some clarity on these risks. In 2015, 21.4 percent of worker fatalities occurred within the construction industry. Most of these injuries come from falls. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, February 3, 2016You've worked hard to build your business. Now that you are doing well, you need to ensure your business is safe from various risks. For construction companies, these risks can be expansive. The right construction insurance can reduce these risks and give you peace of mind with each project you complete. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 9, 2015Millions of people work within the construction industry in the United States. From general laborers to general contractors, the construction industry is where many people get their start in the workplace. There are a lot of moving parts on a construction site, which can make it difficult for employees to always be aware of what’s going on around them. READ MORE >>
Friday, May 15, 2015 What is Builder's Risk Insurance? Builder's risk insurance is a specific type of property insurance that covers property owners and builders for damages that occur to buildings while under construction. It also covers materials, equipment, tools and fixtures used during the construction or renovation process. READ MORE >>
Monday, January 12, 2015It takes a huge financial investment to keep your construction company up and running. You need a business office and expensive equipment to get the job done. You must transport your crew and equipment to whatever city or state your customer chooses to build. READ MORE >>