Landscaping Insurance

Your Landscape Business Is More Than a Job, a Career or a Source of Income. It’s a Way of Life.

You don’t mind the long hours, the tough competition or the pressure because you know there’s nothing more satisfying than being your own boss. But how well do you understand the risks you face? Is your business protected against catastrophic loss, accidents, liability claims or loss of income? If you clearly cannot answer these questions, then we need to talk. Today’s entrepreneurs need flexible, tailored insurance coverage that addresses specific exposures and goals. DWA can help you identify the risks you face and protect your livelihood.

We Understand Your Business

You need flexible, tailored insurance coverage that addresses specific exposures and goals. Drawing on long experience, a local presence, a comprehensive portfolio of insurance products and the commitment of our people, we can help you manage the risks of day-to-day commerce.

"My landscaping business is seasonal and I am always needing to add and delete vehicles and equipment. Dempsey Weiss understands my needs and efficiently handles any changes to my policy."

Anthony Brida, Brida Stone, Inc.

What Protection Do You Need?

Dempsey Weiss & Associates provide a policy for Landscapers that features tailored coverage options for all of your landscaping business needs.

Property Coverage

Business property insurance can help protect the property your business owns and leases, including things like medical equipment, inventory, furniture and fixtures. We also include coverage for things you may not have thought of, like protection for your accounts receivable records and or computers and media. There’s even an option that can help replace lost income when your operations are suspended and can no longer operate due to a covered loss. No two businesses are exactly alike. With our flexible coverage options, you can tailor coverage specifically for your business’ unique needs both today and as your business evolves. And, many of the commercial property coverages we offer as optional can be bundled into cost-effective packages giving you the best value for your insurance dollar.

We’ll Help You Protect

  • Tools equipment and building materials, whether on or off premises or in transit
  • Property of others while in your care, custody or control
  • Property in transit or temporarily off premises
  • Valuable papers and records, including electronic or magnetic media
  • Newly acquired property
  • Money and securities on or off premises
  • Peak season coverage

Liability Coverage

  • Premises and Operations
  • Products/Completed Operations
  • Personal Injury
  • Advertising Injury
  • Fire Legal Liability
  • Contractual

Loss of Income Protection

  • Up to 12 months of business income
  • Paid extra expenses needed to resume normal business operations

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Protecting You

Because the most important part of your business is you, Dempsey Weiss also offers insurance to protect your family and assets:

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  • Life Insurance
  • Retirement Funding

Helpful Resources

New Jersey

New Jersey Landscape Project Training and Information Sessions – Learn more about how this interactive ecosystem-based mapping tool can help your business and make sure you are in compliance with NJ wildlife preservation law

New Jersey Information Guide to Landscaping Services – General list of landscaping information and resources.

NJ Construction Notice

State of New Jersey Landscaping / Backyard Habitat

New Jersey Division of Taxation Tax Notes – Landscaping Services


PA Landscape Elements – Examine different property types found in PA.

Landscape Restoration and Management Program – Browse manuals and other resources.

Landscape Architects Archive – Newsletter archive pertaining to landscapers and landscaping in PA.


Snowplow Operations Risk Management Guide
Download the Guide for Free Here!

As you start gearing up for “snowplowing season,” it’s smart to take a good, hard look at your operations. Not only should you make sure that your equipment is in prime condition and your employees are properly trained, but you should also review your practices and procedures. Find everything you need to know about protecting your snow removal business by downloading this free guide!

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