NEXT Insurance is a one-stop shop for cleaning business insurance. We make it easy for you to quickly get the coverage you need at an affordable price so you can focus on your work, protect your employees and your equipment.
Oh, and you’ll save 10% when you bundle two or more of our policies.
You can save up to 25% in discounts when you buy cleaning insurance with NEXT. The exact amount you pay will depend on:
Business insurance offers you protection from a wide range of accidents and business risks, from a customer slipping on a wet floor you just mopped to being accused of damaging property or theft.
Having the right types of insurance for your cleaning business means that you don’t have to pay entirely out of pocket after an accident or to defend your business.
Cleaning liability insurance can help cover costs if a client accuses you of damaging an expensive carpet or not following safety instructions and causing an injury.
We combine two types of liability insurance in our business insurance packages:
General liability is the insurance coverage that most cleaning business owners buy first because it covers some of the most common accidents when you work with clients — property damage and injuries to non-employees.
You’ll have financial help if someone trips over your bucket and gets hurt or you accidentally shatter an expensive vase.
Learn more about General liability for cleaners.
Errors and omissions insurance (also known as professional liability),provides financial protection if your client claims you didn’t do a good job or if you’re accused of making a mistake that causes someone to lose money. Accurate or not, you could have to pay to defend your business if they take legal action. Professional liability coverage will cover legal expenses or to amend the mistake.
If you have employees, workers’ compensation insurance for cleaners helps offset the costs of medical bills if they get hurt or sick on the job. Workers’ comp can also help to cover their lost wages while they recover from accidentally falling down the stairs while vacuuming.
This coverage is required for businesses with employees in every state except Texas.
Commercial auto insurance is legally required in most states if you own a car or truck that’s titled to your business. Even if you drive your own truck to job sites, it probably won’t be covered under your personal car insurance.
Tools and equipment insurance can be added to your general liability insurance to help cover the cost of repairing or replacing your gear, whether it’s mops or extension poles.
Yes. We know this is a common need for cleaners to add an additional insured to their coverage, so we’ve given you the power to create certificates of insurance and add additional insureds for free.
If your client needs special language on the certificate or other forms (called endorsements), please send a sample certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org and an agent will be happy to review those requirements with you.
Learn more about additional insureds.