Gas Pump Installation Service Insurance

Your Guide to Gas Pump Installation Service Insurance

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Gas pump installation services work with a variety of facilities and companies in the petroleum industry. Whether you're repairing a single pump at a gas station or working on a corporate facility, it's important to protect your company, materials, and employees from potential risks.

An independent insurance agent can help you secure the proper business insurance for your gas pump installation service. 

Why Do Gas Pump Installation Services Need Insurance?

Businesses face a variety of risks every day by simply operating. For gas pump installation services, you're working with potentially hazardous materials, dangerous machinery and tools, and on someone else's property. 

For these reasons, you need business insurance to protect your company against the following potential accidents and unexpected risks.

  • Third-party injury on your premises or job site
  • Property damage on your premises or job site
  • Machinery and equipment breakdown
  • Damage from unexpected weather such as fire, wind, hail
  • Employee injury or illness
  • Professional error or poor workmanship

Business insurance is designed to help pay for the above and any other unexpected financial losses that occur.


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What Does Gas Pump Installation Service Insurance Cover?

Your agent will set your business up with an insurance package that offers basic business insurance coverage and specialty coverages that are specific to gas pump installation service needs. 

The following policies are typically recommended for gas pump installation service companies.

  • Commercial general liability (CGL) insurance: Covers expenses such as medical bills, legal fees, court fees, and additional costs related to customer injuries or property damage. 
  • Commercial property insurance: Pays for damage to your building, materials, equipment, inventory, and other property in the event of a fire, vandalism, smoke, wind, and other named perils. 
  • Business interruption insurance: Helps cover daily expenses should your company have to cease operations because of fire damage or other covered events. Business interruption will cover salaries, mortgage, rent, utility bills, and other ongoing expenses. 
  • Installation floater: This is a type of property insurance that covers the property that is being installed. The floater provides protection until the installation is complete. 
  • Professional liability insurance: Pays for any claims against professional error or improper gas pump installation. 
  • Commercial auto insurance: Covers any company vehicles and employee drivers that are used in order to operate the business.  

Gas Pump Installation Services Need Pollution Coverage

Every time a gas pump is worked on there's the risk of the release of pollutants into the air. In the event that this occurs on a job site, any damage related to the pollutants would be excluded from general liability and property insurance coverage. That's why gas pump installation services need pollution coverage

Pollution coverage helps pay for any claims related to bodily injury, property damage, cleanup costs, and business interruption.

Your agent can help you shop pollution coverage for your business. 

Gas Pump Installation Services Need Workers' Compensation 

Workers’ compensation is necessary insurance coverage if you employ a number of workers. In fact, most states will require workers' compensation for businesses. For gas pump installation services, it can protect you and your employees in the event that someone gets injured or ill on the job.

Should an employee be injured while installing or repairing a gas pump, or become ill as a result of pollutants released by materials, they can file a claim against their workers' compensation coverage. This policy will pay for salaries, medical bills, and other associated costs for the employee so you don't have to.

Workers' compensation will even pay lost wages to your company until the employee can return to work. 

Additional Gas Pump Installation Service Insurance to Consider

Depending on the size of your business, the number of employees, and the type of work you do, you may benefit from additional insurance coverages. Speak with your insurance agent about the following coverages when building your insurance package. 

How Much Does Gas Pump Installation Service Insurance Cost?

Insurance premiums vary based on business needs and a number of additional factors. Here are the most common details that impact rates.

  • Deductible
  • Number and type of policies
  • Policy limits
  • Business location
  • Materials used
  • Number of employees
  • Local crime rates
  • Potential weather risks

Your agent can work with you to save money where possible on your business insurance premiums.


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The Benefits of an Independent Insurance Agent

Independent insurance agents have experience working with gas pump installation services and similar businesses. They understand the different types of coverage, including specialty policies, that will protect your business and employees. 

Agents are convenient to work with because they do not represent a single carrier. They work within a network of insurance carriers and therefore shop insurance with your best interest in mind. 

In addition, agents can help you navigate an insurance claim should you need to make one and will keep an eye on your insurance package to assure it's always working to your benefit. 

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Online quotes can miss important coverages for your business. Skip the hassle of shopping online and work directly with an independent insurance agent today.

Agents will talk with you, one-on-one, and provide customized insurance quotes for your gas pump installation service business. They'll then help you determine the best coverage for your business.

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