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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by CURB APPEAL NC, Jan 24, 2005.
does this sound right?
not really I pay 480 for lawn maintance
560 for landscaping
insurance company separates them
I just got a quote for 6 something. Im a part-timer.
i pay $150. a year at farm bureau.....
Yes....Its right in the ballpark.
Clay, $150 for a million of liability? better recheck the policy...
im in the 650 range this year which isnt too bad for this part of the country.
I also do pressure washing and they said it wouldnt cost any more to cover this but they would need to know how much money I would make a year @ each? didnt get into detail but If there going to cover that for the same price they mine as well throw in my painting that I sometime do?
wells, i rechecked my policy and it is $150.00 annually. i was paying $130 a year for $300,000. i had to up my coverage to $1,000,000 recently for commercial work. i checked around and got quotes anywhere from $800 to what i am paying. i did have to move my auto policy to obtain a general liability with them though.....
Who's your policy provider?
wlc, its north carolina farm bureau mutual insurance company. they do have a $25. annual member fee. i have an auto policy, general liability and an inland marine policy(2 mowers and an atv) with them.