Dry Cleaners Solution

The average dry cleaning machine uses 200 gallons of environmentally hazardous cleaning solvent during the average 8-minute cycle. What if there is some sort of spill or leak? Remediation expenses can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, notwithstanding potential lawsuits for contamination of property, diminishing property values or even bodily injury due to solvent exposure.

There is protection for on-site and off-site third party bodily injury and property damage liability, including on-site and off-site cleanup costs and third party diminution of property values.

  • Policy Limit Options:
    • $1,000,000 claim/$1,000,000 aggregate
    • $1,000,000 claim/$2,000,000 aggregate
  • Deductible Options:
    • $2,500 to $15,000 based on the size of the operation cleaning operation
  • Minimum Premium:
    • $1,500 to $1,750 based on the solvent type
  • The average dry cleaner pays less than $2,000 for this comprehensive coverage

Coverages and exclusions differ by carrier and by state. Specific concerns can be discussed with an underwriter.

800.635.4742, Ext.8302