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Gas fitters insurance

We offer insurance for plumbing trades including heating, gas fitting and bathroom installation.

Why us?

  • We give you online access to your insurance information
  • We arrange and service over thousands of policies a year
  • Established since 1990
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What is gas fitters' insurance?

For any gas fitter, the only thing that's common across all jobs is that everyone one of them is different from the last. Sometimes you work in hard-to-reach properties and spaces, while other times you work on highly complex systems - it's an industry full of variation. This is why you might benefit from an insurance policy designed to meet the very unique needs of your profession so that you can focus on doing your job to the best of your ability.

With, the insurance products we can offer are carefully designed to ensure you have a comprehensive policy that is just right for the type of work you do. With a wealth of experience in the insurance industry, we understand what's required of insurance for gas fitters, and we have the core covers in place to tick all the boxes. We pride ourselves on delivering quick, hassle-free cover that is of the highest quality to ensure gas fitters and many other professionals have the best cover available for their work.

Do I need gas fitters' insurance?

A gas fitter is a professional, certified tradesperson who has the skills and knowledge to install, maintain and repair natural gas fixtures, equipment and appliances. They are also trained to work on related things like gas meters, valves, regulators and burners, and can do their work in residential, commercial and even industrial environments.

The nature of gas makes it a hazardous line of work where accidents can occur during a job as a consequence of mistakes or oversights you might make. This is why gas fitters should have public liability insurance in place and also employers' liability insurance if you employ people as this a requirement by law. In the event of an accident or liability claim for damage, injury or loss of life, the costs could be considerably substantial and gas fitters' insurance can sometimes be a career-saving safety net to put in place.

What does gas fitters' insurance cover?

At the heart of a good gas fitters' insurance policy there will always be public liability insurance. This can give you protection against costs incurred if someone is injured or property is damaged as a consequence of your work.

At, we arrange these types of insurance policies for thousands of tradespeople, including gas fitters and other plumbing-related professionals. We can offer cover for gas fitters who work in both domestic and commercial environments, and can even arrange cover for the tools and materials you use, because you never know when they might be lost or damaged. We've been helping businesses and professionals find their ideal insurance policy since 1990, so you know we have the experience to deliver quality cover. To get started, simply fill out our online form or call us on 02920 849 514 and we'll get the ball rolling on constructing a competitive quote for you.


  1. Since 1990, we've been helping businesses find the cover they need to stay protected
  2. UK based contact centre trained to help you with your insurance queries
  3. Ability to obtain a policy with cover up to £10 million
  4. Flexibility to adapt your policies throughout the year

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The normal limits are £1m, £2m or £5m. This can be extended up to £10m or more if required. 

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As an employer in the UK, you’ll need to protect yourself and your company against claims of negligence brought by an employee. It’s a legal requirement for you to take out employers liability insurance cover to insure against liability for injury or disease to your employees arising out of them working for you.

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Before insurers quote you a premium for your contractors' all risk policy, they will first consider a number of factors in order to determine what kind of risk you are.

Such factors will include the scope, value, location and duration of the work you will be undertaking.

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