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Looking for bricklayer insurance in Ontario? We’ve got you covered

We have great insurance solutions at affordable prices for your Ontario bricklaying or masonry business. Whether you work alone or have a fleet of 30 vans, our commercial insurance brokers understand the unique needs of bricklayer and stoneworkers. We’ll make sure you’re covered for your trucks, trowels and crew.

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Get a free bricklayer insurance quote today

Let us sweat the details for your bricklaying and masonry business insurance needs. Our brokers will put together a package of coverage that includes general liability along with protection for your company vehicles, tools and equipment, office or workshop, and more. As a trusted brokerage for over 70 of Canada’s top insurers, we’ll do all the shopping for you to get great coverage at some of the best prices you’ll find anywhere.

Affordable coverage for home-based businesses

If you run your bricklaying or masonry company from home and don’t have an office or shop to insure, that can make a big difference in terms of keeping your premiums down. Insurance rates for bricklaying and stone masonry start as low as $80 a month. Talk to one of our contractor insurance specialists about making sure that the business supplies and materials that you keep at home are properly protected.

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What does bricklayer insurance cover?

Basic bricklayer insurance packages include the following:

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Commercial general liability

This protects your bricklaying or masonry contracting business if you, your employees or subcontractors cause injuries or property damage. Make sure your subcontractors have liability coverage too.

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Commercial auto

Coverage if your work trucks are in an accident or stolen. It can also be extended if you or your employees use personal vehicles to transport tools and supplies to job sites.

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Tools and equipment

This provides coverages for saws, mixers, drills and bosun’s chairs from damage or theft. It also covers short-term rentals so you can keep working after a claim.

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Commercial property

Your office or shop can be protected from fire, storms, burst pipes, vandalism and theft. Coverage is also available for computers, supplies and inventory, even if you run the business out of your home.

Frequently asked questions about bricklayer insurance

Insurance for bricklayers and masonry contractors starts as low as $80 a month, depending on the size of the business, whether you work on commercial or residential projects, and whether you need coverage for a workshop or office and company vehicles.

The exact premium for your bricklaying company depends on the size of the business and a few other factors, but generally, bricklaying and masonry is seen as one of the lower-risk trades in terms of insurance. Average premiums for bricklaying businesses are lower than a number of higher-risk contractors like landscapers and roofers.

On average, bricklaying and masonry companies make fewer and less costly claims than a number of other contracting businesses. The most common claims that we do see are usually related to a brick façade detaching from the rest of the structure.

If your bricklaying business stores customer information electronically, you need protection for data breaches and hacks that are not covered by general business liability policies. Ask your Mitch commercial insurance specialist about adding cyber coverage. The cost is less than you think, and it provides valuable protection for your company and its reputation, along with your customers.

Your business is unique, so are your insurance options.

Being a brokerage for over 70 of Canada’s top insurance companies means our commercial brokers have access to a wide range of coverage options as unique as your business – at some of the best rates in Ontario. We sweat the details so you can focus on your business. Want to learn more about the coverage options available to you? Here’s a few of them.