Do I need Plate Glass Insurance?

Glass insurance may be a requirement of your commercial lease, or you may find yourself wanting to insure for glass if your unit or shop front has a large amount of glass. This can include internal and external glass.

What does glass insurance cover?

Glass cover can cover emergency costs to secure your address if there was a glass breakage.

It can pay for the cost of repairing or placing the broken glass.

Glass insurance can also pay for the costs incurred to replace sign writing if it needs to be replaced in the event of glass breakage.


How much am I insured for?

Standardly, the glass insurance limit is automatic up to $10,000. However, if you have items of glass that exceed this amount, we can look to get these covered as well.


Do I have to pay an excess?

An excess is usually applicable on all glass claims. $250 is the minimum excess that we see under a standard business package policy.


Contact Morgan Insurance Brokers today for a glass quote for your business!