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Glazing Contractor Insurance

PBIB offers Glazing Contractor Insurance at discounts of up to 40%. They follow a standard practice of obtaining quotes from various insurance carriers to ensure that you receive the best price and coverage that suits your individual requirements. Payment terms for all policies are flexible, with options to pay annually or monthly.

We typically recommend the following coverage for Glazing Contractor

At PBIB, we want to give you the coverage you want to safeguard your Glazing Contractors’ business from loss. As insurance brokers, we may choose from several insurance programs to best meet your unique insurance needs. To protect your Glazing Contractor business against losses like property damage, bodily injury, work-related injuries, damage or loss to cars or tools & equipment, including legal expenses and indemnification, we advise the following coverages:

  • General Liability
  • Workers Compensation
  • Commercial Auto
  • Professional Liability
  • Tools and Equipment
  • Property
  • Bonding


Save up to 40% on Glazing Contractor Insurance

PBIB will often use numerous insurance companies to quote your insurance to provide you with the greatest deal and coverage for your needs. Every policy has adjustable payment options, such as yearly or monthly payments.



General Liability

Occurence Limit $1,000,000
Product Completed Ops $2,000,000
Each Occurence Limit $1,000,000

Worker’s Compensation

Limit $1,000,000

Commercial Auto

Limit $1,000,000

Tools & Equipment

Limit $10,000

Excess Liability

Limit $1,000,000


  1. The actual value of the Tools and Equipment that the Contractor owns, rents, or leases should be used to alter the Tools and Equipment restrictions.
  2. If a risk of loss exceeds $1,000,000, excess responsibility should be considered; otherwise, contractual obligations require that a certain amount be carried out.
  3. Except in cases where the general contractor (GC) is providing Design-Build, Construction Management, or other consulting services, professional liability is typically not required.


We offer services to help you get the business insurance coverage you need.

General Liability for Glazing Contractors

If you’re a Glazing Contractor, securing General Liability insurance is crucial to shield your business against third-party claims that may arise from property damage or injuries caused by your work. A single mistake can have far-reaching consequences for your company. A lawsuit resulting from bodily injury or property destruction caused by your business could have severe repercussions, even leading to the collapse of your business. With our General Liability insurance, we prioritize the protection of your business assets and your employees from vulnerable situations and catastrophic lawsuits.

General liability might be legally required for your Glazing Contractor license in your state or county where you work. PBIB provides full-service certificates Monday through Friday and 24/7 self-service certificates, this is what we call “Insurance on your time”.

General Liability for Glazing Contractors can help you pay for:

  • Medical payments for 3rd party injuries
  • Property damage to 3rd party property
  • Legal fees and defense





Worker’s Compensation for Glazing Contractors

Our industry-leading policies are designed to provide top-notch protection for both you and your workers in the unfortunate event of an injury or illness. With workers’ compensation coverage, your employees’ medical costs will be covered, and their lost income can be recovered, allowing them to get back on their feet. Additionally, in the case of a lawsuit, workers’ comp will also protect you. Choose our policy for comprehensive protection for you and your workers.

If you’re a solo operator in need of a Work Comp policy, we’ve got you covered. Our policies offer the coverage your customers require, even if you don’t have employees.

Depending on your state or county, you may need Workers Compensation to obtain your Glazing Contractor license. At PBIB, we offer full-service certificates during business hours, as well as 24/7 self-service certificates, so you can get the insurance you need on your own schedule. We call it “Insurance on your time”.

Workers’ Compensation for Glazing Contractors can help you pay for:

  • Medical expenses of your injured employees
  • Disability & Retraining of your employee.
  • Lost wages
  • Survivor benefit
  • Employer liability




Commercial Auto for Glazing Contractors

Without corporate vehicles to transport you, your supplies, and your tools to the jobsite, it is impossible to operate your glazing contractor’s business. PBIB offers the insurance you need to be protected when trucks are destroyed or stolen, and we try to get you back to work as soon as possible. We are aware firsthand of the importance of your wheeled workforce.

We offer full-service insurance certificates Monday through Friday to get you on the job as well as 24/7 self-service certificates, which is what we refer to as “Insurance on your time.” Commercial auto insurance is a crucial insurance coverage for glazing contractors and a requirement for many projects.

Commercial Auto for Glazing Contractors can help you pay for:

  • Hired & Non-Owned Auto, Legal defense from employees driving their own vehicles.
  • Medical expenses from injuries
  • Collision repairs to your and 3rd party vehicles
  • Legal fees & Defense
  • Rental vehicle reimbursement


Tools & Equipment for Glazing Contractors

The tools and equipment coverage for Glazing Contractors insurance is intended to safeguard your valuable moveable assets. Inland marine insurance, commonly referred to as tools and equipment coverage, guards your valuable assets against dangers like theft and damage while they are being used, stored, or transported to and from your jobsite.

Tools & Equipment for Glazing Contractors can help you pay for damaged or stolen:

  • Tools & Equipment owned or rented by you.
  • Employee tools and equipment (Optional)
  • Borrowed equipment (Optional)
  • Cost of renting interim equipment (Optional)


Professional Liability for Glazing Contractors
Professional liability, also known as errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, is an important consideration for glazing contractors. This type of insurance helps protects contractors in the event of claims related to mistakes or errors in their work.

Glazing contractors are responsible for installing glass windows and doors in buildings. While this may seem like a straightforward task, there are many potential pitfalls that can lead to mistakes and errors. For example, a contractor might install a window improperly, causing it to break or leak. Or they might misjudge the weight of a glass panel, leading to a dangerous situation.

Professional Liability Insurance can help your business with:

  • Protection against Legal risk
  • Coverage for claims and financial risk related to errors and omissions in their work.


License Bonds for Glazing Contractors

Most states require a license surety to grant or renew a contractor license. The licensure bond provides assurance that you won’t transgress any state laws or run away with a client’s deposit.

A license bond can be purchased for as little as $70, but the cost increases based on the applicant’s personal reputation, license history, and contractor classification.

We create ties of every kind (performance & payment and a whole list of others,) Get an instant estimate and bind online in minutes by simply entering your state and the type of bond you require, or by choosing from a list.