When we come into homes to give a free estimates on cabinet painting, most people don’t ask us if we’re insured, but they should!
We’re happy to report that we’ve been in business since 1999 in the Denver area, and that we’ve always been fully insured, including liability coverage and also Workers Comp coverage.
The cost of insurance isn’t cheap, particularly Workers Comp insurance, but it protects us – and also you – in the event that something goes wrong.
Our professional liability insurance covers property damage and any bodily injury covered by our work. If you hire an interior painting contractor who doesn’t have a liability policy, and something goes wrong, you may have to file a claim on your homeowner’s policy and/or pay out of pocket.
Workers Compensation Insurance
Our workers compensation insurance covers the painters who work on your project. If you hire an interior painting contractor who doesn’t have Workers Comp insurance, if a worker gets injured in your home, you can be liable not only for the medical bills, but also for their lost wages.
If you live in a condo or loft, there’s a good chance that the HOA (homeowners association) requires that the contractors you bring into the building are fully insured. We can always provide proof of insurance, if it’s required.
If you’re getting more than one bid on interior painting, including cabinet painting, be sure to check references, ask for pictures of before and after work, and verify that the contractor is fully insured!
For further information, please call (303) 222-0110, or e-mail email@example.com.
Please make note: Locally-owned and operated, we’re not part of a chain or franchise painting company. We provide a range of interior painting services, including cabinet painting (kitchens, baths, built-in entertainment centers, doors, trim, and more).