Handyman Membership benefit when you become an ACHP Member – access to the ACHP Insurance Program – providing an affordable and easy-to-access option for General Liability insurance. Learn how to get your handyman insurance.
** Some states are excluded. See Exclusion list at the bottom of this page **
Securing certification through the ACHP is a sign of success and reliability. The perfect complement to your ACHP certification is a general liability coverage certificate – assures your customers you are serious about the work that you do. Watch our handyman liability insurance video about the ACHP Insurance Program.
The ACHP Insurance Program offers two levels of liability coverage. Choosing the type of coverage that’s right for you will depend on the type of work you do. Both coverage levels provide $1,000,000 of Premises-Operations Liability coverage which covers you against claims for injury or damage arising from your business operations while such operations are in progress. Coverage is also provided for claims of others injury or property damage from your premises. Additional coverage is available for $1,000,000 in Products-Completed Operations Liability which covers you against claims that may result from your job site operations that have been completed. $2,500 in Tools coverage is included in both coverage levels for direct physical loss or damage to your portable tools and equipment.
Premiums for this insurance are based on your total annual receipts, and are very competitive in today’s marketplace.
Purchasing this insurance is done easily and securely online! Simply review what each policy level covers and proceed with a short online application. Upon acceptance of your online payment, you’ll receive your personalized proof of coverage certificate immediately via email. Credit cards and e-checks are accepted. Get a quote here. Pricing start at under $300.
Competitive rates for handyman insurance, home inspector insurance, landscaper insurance, etc.
States Exclusion List
Please note: California, New York, Arizona, Nevada, and Colorado have special requirements in their state laws that make it very difficult for insurance carriers to provide General Liability coverage at reasonable prices. As such, we do not have the ability to provide any coverage in those states. Not available in the UK.