Construction / Contractor's Insurance

Contractor’s insurance is essential for protecting you against the unique risks associated with the Edmonton construction and contracting trades. Protect yourself from the cost of property damage, theft, accidents, equipment breakdown and more.

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Have you been frustrated by brokers who:

  • don’t provide protection or cost options?
  • make big promises but don’t deliver?
  • don’t communicate with you?
  • don’t assist you in closing claims quickly?
  • don’t understand you or your business needs?
  • cannot make your options easy to understand?

At CMB, We’ll protect what matters most like it’s our own

Get the complete picture with CMB

Business, personal, and more. Get the coverage you want.

Dedicated team of agents.

Personalized service ready to help with answers to your questions, ongoing support, and policy management.

Multiple policy and cost options.

Helping you customize and choose the right protection, insurance company, and cost.

Get claims paid quickly.

Handled with care to help you minimize downtime and secure top dollar for your protection.

Reduce the probability of a claim.

Tools to help you spot and avoid problems before you suffer the consequences.

Proper insurance coverage is vital in the construction industry

Too often, insurance providers offer standard, packaged solutions they assume will work for all contractors. Our specialists in construction risk will work with you to review your portfolio, identify any associated exposures and draw up a custom solution that’s suited to your unique needs. Whether you are a tradesperson working alone, a large construction firm or an independent engineer/architect, our over 30 years of in-depth experience in working with the construction industry have given us the unique expertise to craft coverage that’s specific to you and your business.

 

Why do I need Contractor’s Insurance?

  • Protection for property, tool, supply and equipment losses due to fire, vandalism, theft and more
  • Protection for equipment breakdowns
  • Protection for liability losses due to injury or third-party property damage
  • Protection for errors and omissions
  • Protection for loss of income due to business interruption and more
  • Protection for automobile losses due to accidents and vandalism
  • Protection for cyber losses due to data loss, credit card breach and other digital threats

Sectors we serve:

Why Professionals Trust CMB

When working with a new client, on average our audits uncover $1.5 M of business risk unaddressed and/or assets that have been overlooked.

The right program management can reduce the total cost of insurance by up to 30%.

On average, $20K recovery of lost profit for not-at-fault claims on heavy commercial units.

Your equipment claims settled up to 8 weeks faster than industry.
Savings of at least 10 hours of your time.

Approximately 70% of businesses have unaddressed risk—and don’t know it.
The average out-of-pocket cost of a loss is $280K—preventable on the right plan.

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Areas We Serve:

  • Alberta • British Columbia • Saskatchewan • North West Territories • Ontario

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