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IMAR Tradies Tools and Stock Insurance

If your Tools of Trade and Stock was stolen or damaged, could the business keep going smoothly as if nothing had happened? For most Tradies, the answer to this question is NO.

Tradies often have tens of thousands of dollars worth of equipment in their Van, Ute or in a building at any given time, which have been collected over years. It only takes 5 minutes, and they all could be gone.

Most tradies can’t work without their tools. Your tools and work equipment are your livelihood and they need to be protected. If you don’t have the right Tools of Trade Insurance, the short-term and long-term effects of theft, fire, floods, explosions, accidents or vandalism could be devastating.

Without a Tools of Trade Insurance policy you will have to use your own savings (or borrow money) to replace your tools or equipment. The financial impact could mean heartbreak, embarrassment, loss of reputation, and could lead to bankruptcy depending on the value of your tools.

Protecting your tools and equipment is easy with an IMAR’s Tradies Tools Insurance policy. IMAR’s Tradies Tools Insurance policy will protect your business’ second most important revenue maker (after you and your employees), that being your tools of trade. IMAR understands Tradies insurance needs and that protecting your tools and equipment is important to you.

IMAR Tradies Tools and Stock Insurance Advantages

  • From less than $1 per day for $7,500 cover.
  • Hired goods covered for $5,000.
  • Cover includes mobile phones, laptops, GPS (portable) and cameras.
  • Expert Client Managers who remove the worry for you.
  • Premiums can be paid monthly at no additional cost.
  • Swift, uncomplicated and hassle free claims process meaning minimal impact on your business.
  • Tax deductible

The policy wording provides full details of covers and exclusions.

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