Woodworking Workshop Insurance

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woodworking workshop insurance

On a smaller scale, my insurance company was happy to cover machinery / tools to the value of £6000 (but no higher) in my garage workshop (to be) (‘hobby’ use only) for no additional premium (i have standard buildings and contents cover), with no requirement to specify or itemize what was covered.. Duncan andrews: 23/11/2007 14:09:00: 1 forum posts: does anybody know of a good place to go to get adequate insurance on my private workshop, which is a 20′ x 12′ wooden shed, with a fully functional cabinet making set up ?. Woodworking operations brochure this program focuses on property and casualty insurance for woodworking plants/operations. target clients are sawmills, furniture manufacturers, pallet plants, truss manufacturers, wood chip mills, wood treating plants, dimension mills, cabinet shops and retail and wholesale building material dealers..

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I recently started a small sole proprieter woodworking business. i have a detached structure that i use for my shop with about $15,000 worth of tools. i am looking for insurance coverage for both my tools and libility. i teach as well as work in the shop. i have my homeowner’s insurance with state farm but they do not have a program to cover my. Chris williams: 07/10/2008 08:38:00: 4 forum posts: hello, can anyone help, i want to insure my workshop tools for above what the house hold insurance will cover, ive looked for insurance but because im not a buiness im struggling.. So how does your shop stack up? types of coverage. buying insurance is a complex and confusing experience for woodshop owners. each workspace is a little different in terms of materials, machinery, finishes, layout and a host of other concerns and this prevents insurance providers from having a uniform approach..