Originally Posted by humble1
We pay more than that, we use Philadelphia insurance they write for a lot of pco's . What we ran into is companies don't want to insure 100 percent chemical operators, if you do lawn mowing and feet then there is limited exposure on their end. Once u r 100 per fert and squirt 100 percent exposure for chem spill etc. just like lawn care or buying a car you get what u pay for. personally take a hard look at what your getting
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When I stated I was strictly fert and overseeding. My agent told me just to fill out that I plan to do 50/50 new lawn installs and fert. Saved us a lot of money by wording it that way.