Working as a contractor for fire suppression, prevention, and alarm installation means you’re heavily involved in what is potentially life-saving work. You use your expertise and your skill to work with manufacturing plants, office buildings, homes, police stations, warehouses, and even residential homes to ensure that they are safe against the threats and risk that fire can pose. You’re an insurance company’s best friend – and you do what you do all to reduce or prevent the risk of fire. That being said, there’s a lot at stake. If the advice you provide or the work you do should fail, or a client believes the work you have done has resulted in their financial loss, you could be in serious trouble.
Fire prevention contractors and alarm installers need insurance to protect their own. Fire suppression, prevention, and alarm installer insurance packages are designed to meet the risk-protection needs that these contractors and their businesses may require. Each contractor or business may specialize in a different trade, making customizable insurance all the more necessary.
Contractors who work in fire prevention services may partake in any of the following trades: