April 01

Services To Be Considered While Insuring Interior Landscapers

Interior Landscapers (also known as Interior-Scaping) offer many services to their customers that all come with their own unique risks. When choosing a business insurance policy for an indoor landscaping client, it is very important to note all of the activities that they partake in. Doing so will enable an insurance agent to find a policy that grants total protection to their clients and lowers the landscapers’ risk of getting caught in a coverage gap.

With 20 years of service in the industry, the team at InteriorScapePro has been able to build a scope of the types of services typically offered by these operations:

Most Common Services:

  • Preparation of indoor grounds including:
    • Planting
    • Edging
    • Mulching
  • Installation of trees, shrubs, flowers, etc.
  • Installation of irrigation systems beneath the floor
  • Application of fertilizers

Other Common Services:

  • Nursery Operations
    • Retail or wholesale
    • Growing of ornamental plants, flowers, trees, and shrubs
  • Snow removal

Less Common, But Still Performed Services:

  • Indoor patios
  • Retaining walls
  • Masonry
  • Concrete and cement pouring

Interior Landscapers offer an array of services outside of those commonly known. It is important to note the exposures that landscapers are involved with in order to build them an insurance policy that offers effective risk management. Due to this wide range of services, they need a program that is tailored to their industry to ensure the best protection their business can get.

For more information on interior landscaping insurance, visit InteriorScapePro.

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