Insurance for Odd Jobs

(8 Posts)
HoundPaws Tue 05-Jan-16 10:55:48

I am thinking of taking on odd jobs to supplement my part-time employment. This would include; dog walking, cleaning, grooming horses, garden clearance, letter writing, sitting for the elderly, that sort of thing. I would like to be properly insured for this, so could do with some recommendations of companies and ideas of how much this would be. Or whether normal household cover would be sufficient? Thank you.

Emmathebookkeeper Tue 05-Jan-16 14:18:19

What about training and qualifications/experience, especially helping the elderly!?

HoundPaws Tue 05-Jan-16 17:38:06

Hmm I do have a lot of experience in all those areas hence why im offering them. I was just interested in insurance...

Raeray Tue 05-Jan-16 18:49:38

Hi, just had a little Google and found this website...

http://www.tradesmansaver.co.uk/what-we-cover/

Might be worth a look and maybe a call to see if they could cover what you need them to.
Good luck with your future ventures I'm sure you will do well smile

Raeray Tue 05-Jan-16 18:49:45

Hi, just had a little Google and found this website...

http://www.tradesmansaver.co.uk/what-we-cover/

Might be worth a look and maybe a call to see if they could cover what you need them to.
Good luck with your future ventures I'm sure you will do well smile

Raeray Tue 05-Jan-16 19:36:24

Ooh double post sorry!

HoundPaws Tue 05-Jan-16 19:57:47

That looks ideal and good value many thanks smile

Raeray Tue 05-Jan-16 21:34:05

No problem at all, glad I could help!

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