Saturday, 18 November 2017

4 Tips to selecting the best Salon insurance

Are you the owner of a salon? Are you a freelance beautician? Well, if the answer to the above questions is affirmative, then you need to buy suitable salon insurance for your business. The level of the insurance that you will take will depend on the size of your salon, the number of clients that you deal with as well as the inherent risks that your salon or your clients face at a routine salon business.
Hairdresser insurance, also known as salon Insurance is mandatory for hairdressers, nail therapists, and beauticians. Regardless of whether one owns a salon or they work as freelance beauticians or hairdressers, you need to ensure that you know the level of risk that your business faces and buy suitable insurance for it. Since there are many insurance companies that offer salon insurance, you need to be keen on a few issues when you are choosing the right insurer. Here are 4 tips to help you choose the right insurance coverage for your salon business.

1. Type of salon cover offered

When you are shortlisting suitable insurance companies to provide you with salon cover, you need to know the kind of coverage that the insurance is willing to offer you. Salon insurance usually includes injuries to clients, personal injuries, injuries to your employees, property and so on. This is what is normally referred to as product liability. Inquire on whether your salon tools are part of the insurance coverage so that at the end of it all, you benefit from the insurance coverage. You can actually compare and contrast the insurance covers offered by the various insurance companies before you make a choice.

2. Are you getting value for your money?

This is a question you need to ask yourself before you commit to buy the insurance cover. When choosing a suitable salon insurance cover, you need to consider the size of your business. How much in insurance premiums will your be required to pay? What are the procedures of compensation in case of a claim? Whether yours is a freelance salon business or whether you own a chain of salons, you need to be sure that the insurance cover that you take matches or even exceeds your business expectations. It should benefit you, your clients and your business should a claim arise.

3. Easy Claims Processing

One of the most discouraging things about some insurance companies is that they take ages to process claims. They are prompt at taking premiums but not swift when one needs to make a claim. You need to read the reviews of the insurance companies or even get referrals from people who have dealt with particular insurance companies. When you choose an insurance company to cover your salon business, you need to be sure that they process claims quickly. You do not want to suffer in the event that something happens at your salon and you can't be compensated in time, to rescue the situation. You should also find out what will be required when one is making a claim, and choose the most suitable insurance company.

4. Positive Customer Relations

The insurance company that you choose for your salon insurance should have good customer relations. This is what is known as positive customer relations. The insurance company should always be ready to answer your queries and contact you when the need arises. The company should always be ready to help you in case of any emergencies or when there are urgent issues that they need to sort out about your salon business.

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1 comment:

  1. I have to always make sure my insurance is up-to-date for liability on jobs x


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