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Laundrette & Dry Cleaners Insurance

Why Do You Need Dry Cleaner Insurance or Laundrette Insurance?

Dry cleaners' insurance protects your business against the unique challenges it faces on a daily basis. If an accident happens to your employees, customers, or their belongings, you could be liable.

Insurance protects your business in the event of an unexpected incident – it could be an accident, flood, or intentional malicious damage.

So whether you own multiple stores or just one single outlet, speak to an expert about the type of cover you need and we’ll arrange laundrette insurance that’s a perfect fit for your business.

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Premiums from as little as

£721

In the last 12 months our customers have paid as little as £721 per annum for dry cleaners/laundrette insurance. That’s just £14 per week!

50% of our dry cleaners/laundrette customers paid less than £1,758 per annum.***


What Does Our Dry Cleaners and Laundrette Insurance Policy Cover?

As standard, our dry cleaners and laundrette insurance includes the most important covers which include the following:

Public Liability Cover

Public liability insurance protects your dry cleaners or launderette if a member of the public is injured, or their property is damaged because of your business. This is a particularly important cover as you deal with the public’s property on a daily basis.

Buildings and Contents Cover

Building and contents insurance protects the bricks and mortar of your shop as well as all the equipment inside too.

Employers' Liability Cover

If you have employees working for you, you need to have employers liability insurance by law. This protects you if your employees become injured or ill as a result of working for you.

What Are Our Laundrette Insurance Policy Options?

Our dry cleaners insurance and laundrette insurance policy options include both standard and optional covers. We can also help tailor your insurance policy to cover exactly what you need it to.

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** Standard and optional cover may differ dependent upon insurer.

*** Data compared from 30 policies sold in 2023. 8 customers paid £721 or less which represents 27%. £14 per week is based on the annual premium divided by 52 weeks. However, paying monthly is usually more expensive as you'll pay interest. Amounts are rounded up or down to the nearest £1.

Frequently asked questions

Different types of charity shops have varying needs of protection. For example, your charity shop may sell everything from clothing and books, to electrical items such as televisions and sound systems, or you may need cover for fundraising events and activities. The policies that you include in your charity's insurance package may be influenced by a number of factors, including the size and nature of your charity, and the work it carries out. Why not speak to one of our advisers and let them know your requirements, and we'll look for a policy that best suits your needs.

If you have employees, by law you need employers liability insurance. This protects you if an employee becomes injured or seriously ill as a result of working for you. As you have members of the public filtering in and out of your charity shop, pubic liability insurance is essential. This cover will protect you if a shopper has an accident or stock is damaged as a result of you or your employee's negligence. For charity shops, stock insurance should be a high priority. Without your stock, you wouldn't be able to run your business. This type of cover protects you if your stock is damaged or stolen and needs replacing.

As you constantly have members of the public filtering in and out of your supermarket, pubic liability insurance is essential. This cover will protect you if a shopper has an accident or their property is damaged as a result of you or your employee's negligence. If you have employees, by law you need employers liability insurance. This protects you if an employee becomes injured or seriously ill as a result of working for you. Stock insurance should be a high priority. Without your stock, you wouldn't be able to run your business. This type of cover protects you if your stock is damaged or stolen and needs replacing. It can also be increased around key dates when you would carry goods that are more expensive than usual, like at Christmas for example.

Each supermarket has varying needs of protection. For example, your supermarket may have an onsite bakery or you may have a large amount of frozen stock that you need to insure. Speak to one of our advisers and let them know your requirements, and we'll look for a policy that best suits your needs.

The cost of your insurance policy depends entirely on your needs. Our flexible policies can be adapted to fit your requirements and your budget too. For example, multiple options may be available from our panel of insurers - each with differing features and prices. We will find you several possibilities so you can make an informed decision on which option is best for you.

Some types of insurance may be a legal requirement. Others will protect you and your supermarket in the event of a claim but are not compulsory. Not having the right insurance or inappropriate cover for your supermarket could be a false economy. For example, if you don't have public liability insurance and a customer trips over a box left on the floor you may be liable to pay costs of compensation. Therefore, it's important to consider all the risks facing your supermarket and match your insurance protection to your requirements which should provide you with peace of mind that a potential claim won't damage your business.

Some types of insurance may be a legal requirement. Others will protect you and your bike shop in the event of a claim but are not compulsory. Not having the right insurance for your bike shop could be a false economy. For example, if you don't have public liability insurance and a customer trips over equipment or boxes on the floor, you may be liable to pay compensation costs. Therefore, it makes sense to match your insurance protection to your requirements which should provide you with peace of mind that a potential claim won't damage your business.

Some types of insurance may be a legal requirement. Others will protect you and your charity shop in the event of a claim but are not compulsory. Your charity will likely be interacting with members of the public on a daily basis, which means there's a risk of your charity's activities causing injury, illness or property damage to a third party. If an unexpected situation occurs, then you could be held liable for the damage, and financially responsible for legal fees and compensation. Public liability insurance for charities could cover you in this situation.

For bike shops, stock insurance should be a high priority, especially given the value of the products you are selling. Without your stock, you wouldn't be able to run your business. This type of cover protects you if your stock is damaged or stolen and needs replacing. It can also be increased around busier seasonal periods when you may offer bikes and equipment that are more expensive or exclusive.

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