The landscaping industry is host to its own share of unique risks and that’s why as a business owner you should instill a strong safety culture among your employees. Reach article for more insight on how to avoid unnecessary risks through a strong safety program.
Landscapers face a higher-than-average risk of having a liability claim filed against them. Landscaping encompasses a wide variety of duties that can extend beyond general lawn care and maintenance. Many landscape contractors also install water features, and do more complex jobs that increase their liability risks. Many landscapers manage this risk with general liability insurance coverage. But,… [Read More]
As a landscaper, you likely operate a variety heavy equipment around homes and businesses. Your landscaping company mows lawns, weeds, mulches garden beds, plants flowers and trees, sets up sprinkler systems, and more. You may even offer tree removal services to help homeowners get rid of damaged or dead trees. Each one of these jobs… [Read More]
As your landscape business grows, you’ll likely hire more employees to help you accomplish more work and increase your revenue. Maybe you already have several workers as part of your work crew. Anytime you have employees, it’s vital to protect them through workers’ compensation insurance. But, workers’ comp does more than offer protection to your workers — it… [Read More]
As a small business owner of a landscaping business, you have many responsibilities that keep you busy. You’re in charge of the day-to-day operations of your business and have expensive equipment to maintain. You may also have numerous contractual requirements, such as Certification of Insurance requirements, to manage. If you have a team of employees… [Read More]