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Hairdressers Insurance - Compare Prices with MoneyMaxim

Do you own a hairdressers? We make it easy to get insurance quotes for your hairdressing business

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If you own a hairdressers, it is advisable to compare insurance policies not only to find an affordable price but also a policy which suits your needs as a business - both in the level of cover and what it covers. We can help you find a great insurance deal to suit you as a hairdresser owner, through a panel of specialist insurers we've partnered with.

When choosing your Hairdressers Insurance policy you will be able to choose a range of cover, most will include:

  • Salon Buildings Insurance: covers the structure of the property against a variety of risks, including flood, fire and storm. Buildings Insurance gives you peace of mind that, if your property is damaged, the repair or rebuild costs are covered.
  • Salon Contents Insurance: covers the items you own in your hairdressers, such as carpets, furniture and electrical products.
  • Public and Employers Liability Insurance: covers you if you are found liable for injury to a employee or member of the public.

It is also worth considering additional cover for:

  • Treatment Risk Insurance: As you will be carrying out treatments on customers, it may be wise to get cover against any risk that could potentially arise from these treatments.
  • Stock cover: Should any of your stock or contents get damaged, it could be an expensive task to replace all the items. This cover would insure you against the financial damage of problems associated with contents and stock, you are also able to purchase cover for goods in transit. This may be particularly important if you sell haircare products as they can often add up to a large value.
  • Business interruption compensation cover: If your hairdressers is your main stream of income, then having to shut for a couple of days could really affect you. To avoid this, business interruption compensation cover could provide peace of mind.
  • Accidental failure of electric, water and gas cover: If your supply of electricity, water or gas is cut off, it could result in shutting your business, which in itself has financial implications, however, the further cost of having to fix the problem may prove to be extremely costly. By getting this cover you protect yourself against financial liability.

Some insurers may charge for additional cover, however taking out an insurance policy which covers you for a wide variety of eventualities will save you stress. And, if an incident does occur, is likely to save you a lot of money. It is important that you do read the policy wording and terms and conditions of your insurance so, should you need to claim on it, you know exactly what you are covered for.

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This content was last reviewed on 06/02/2024