By Cass Jacoby.
Let’s be honest, you went into roofing for the community and the sunshine, not to spend hours dissecting the legalese of every job contract. We get it — when it comes to insurance policies and the loftier concepts included in a contract it is all too easy to space out or feel out of your depth. Without a law degree it can be tricky to decipher the implications of some endorsements when you sign a contract.
Enter Integrity Insurance! Experts Seth Pietsch and Ashley Pietsch, owners of Integrity Insurance, walk us through the implications of 10 insurance endorsements and tell us what to avoid in a new eBook on RoofersCoffeeShop®. With this handy guide you will know exactly what to avoid in your next contract without Googling so many law terms you feel like you are studying for the LSAT.
As a roofer, it is of paramount importance to know about your contract and pick the right insurance company. “There are a lot of moving pieces in a contract and the contractual language is designed to transfer the risk back to you,” says Seth. “Whether it's a roofing issue or not, you can get blamed, so really understanding the importance of having the right coverage is going to be critical.”
By the end of the eBook, you will know what these 10 policy endorsements mean and how they specifically affect your day to day. You will also have a greater understanding of how to properly insure and protect your business and how specific endorsements affect you from a coverage perspective.
Read the eBook today to start learning about different insurance policy endorsements and how they affect your roofing business.
Cass works as a reporter/writer for RoofersCoffeeShop, MetalCoffeeShop AskARoofer and MetalCoffeeShop. When she isn’t writing about roofs, she is putting her Master degree to work writing about movies and dancing with her plants.
RoofersCoffeeShop® Welcomes ROOFLERead More ...
RoofersCoffeeShop® Welcomes SRS DistributionRead More ...
Roof Coatings Manufacturers Association (RCMA) Shows its DedicationRead More ...