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08-05-2015 03:36 AM
robertmatheka Thanks for great information.These are fantastic precious basics to understand. It is important to protect yourself and your clients with appropriate insurance coverage. If you need the help of a contractor to clean up the damage and/or prevent additional damage, we can help you find a contractor in your area. The contractor’s cost is generally covered by your policy, minus the cost of your deductible. Be sure to hold on to any receipts for an emergency contractor’s clean-up work to submit for reimbursement.
07-14-2015 01:53 AM
Jeanannesunny Cleaning business insurance coverage, is it necessary!

It's important to protect yourself and your clients with appropriate insurance coverage. Risking harm or convincing yourself that nothing will ever happen might be alright for Superman or Catwoman. But unless you're one of the masked wonders, it's prudent to yourself the question: What if!

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06-17-2015 04:01 PM
kate_fisher Thanks for the info. These are super valuable basics to understand. I've even found homeowners don't understand their own insurance, and can blame us for things that should be covered bye their own insurance. But that's a different topic entirely.
05-05-2015 04:05 AM
Villy Scott Thanks for the info!
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04-21-2015 05:10 AM
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02-27-2015 12:59 PM
cleaningguru
Insurance Basics for cleaning services

Awhile back I wrote this basic intro on insurance for a cleaning service business. I thought I would share it here. I hope it helps somebody just starting out. Cleaning Business Insurance

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