While all tradies have plenty of insurance needs in common, at imar we understand that every trade has its own specific risks and challenges. It’s our business to know your business and that’s why our Plumbers Insurance has a range of extras and special conditions you’re unlikely to find in other liability insurance products.
Plumbers Insurance that's connected to the reality of your business
No Dial Before You Dig requirement
Every plumber understands why Dial Before You Dig is an important step when you're excavating. At imar, we also understand that mistakes and oversights do happen. So whether or not you've made that call, we'll have you covered for property damage to underground services.
Warranty inclusions for Victorian licensed plumbers
Ministerial orders mandate that Victorian plumbers carry extended Consumer Protection Warranty. Your imar policy can include the Warranty, providing you and your customers with the benefits of a 6 year warranty period if you perform defective work or use a defective product.
No building height restrictions
Many insurers have recently applied a two storey height restriction on the buildings that you may be working in as condition of cover. With imar we can keep you covered without two-storey or other height restrictions for domestic, commercial and industrial work.
Cover for your subbies
Subcontractors are an essential part of many plumbing businesses so your imar cover includes cover for Injury to subbies. We also include Vicarious Liability, which means that if you're involved in legal action due to a subcontractor's negligence, imar will have you covered.
Cover for results of faulty workmanship
What if you failed to crimp a pipe? Or a connection wasn't properly fitted, causing property damage from water leakage? If you're with imar, relax, because we'll have you covered.
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