Insurance is extremely essential when it comes to how Interstate Roofing runs their roofing business. Whether you want to hire a roofing expert to fix your roof as a one-time service, or you plan to begin a series of complex and expensive roofing projects that will help you restore an old home and allow roofers access to a variety of areas of your house and grounds, you can be assured that your Interstate Roofing contractor will help protect your interests through the appropriate level of insurance.
The two most important insurance coverage areas that need to be discussed are: worker’s compensation and liability insurance. Although worker’s compensation insurance does offer a primary benefit to workers affected as a result of an injury they sustain while working on your home, it also helps you – the homeowner – avoid any legal problems in this case. As long as the injury was sustained as a result of an accident, your roofer’s worker’s compensation policy will protect you.
Liability insurance deals with any damage to your home resulting during the replacement or repair work conducted on your roof. If, for instance, a roofing technician breaks some of your belongings by mistake while working on your roof, you can receive compensation as long as the damage is included in your roofer’s liability insurance coverage.