Painting is one of those things, that typically goes smooth. Nothing crazy is expected from painting your room blue. But that is what insurance takes care of: The unexpected. Whether it's a gallon of paint that spills onto your new carpets or an electrical fire happens when turning on the light switch, no one can predict the future and insurance is a must when hiring a painter or a painting company. The best part? The insured companies are usually more professional, have more quality workers and stick to their contracts. It also should not cost an arm and a leg to get an insured company vs. a non-insured one, typically a premium costs $1000 a year so expect to pay $5-10 more per day only for the peace of mind, depending on your market of course. Make sure to ask for a certificate of insurance (COI) if the company did not provide one, as well as a clearance letter for WCB.
Bottom line is, always get insured trades workers, whether it is a painter, electrician or plumber. Here at Sharp Lines Painting, we are fully insured for 3rd party commercial liability up to $2,000,000 and Unlimited Workman's Compensation.
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