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Who can Benefit from Olympus Insurance? Part Two: Florida Contractors 

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Olympus Insurance Company has been satisfying Florida insurance agents and homeowners for years, providing confidence and peace of mind:  

In our last blog, we looked at how Florida home builders can also benefit from everything Olympus has to offer. This week, we’re focusing on Florida contractors.

How does Olympus Insurance Benefit Contractors?

For most contractors, interaction with an insurance company happens when a claim is filed for damage done to the homeowner’s property. If all goes well, the appraisal of the damage is accurate, and the claim is adjusted for an amount suitable to cover the repairs. The contractor is able to complete the work to the homeowners satisfaction, and the insurance company is able to close the claim easily, with all parties satisfied.

Many insurance agents will tell you that in the case of filed claims, no news is good news. If the claims process stalls at any point, both homeowners and contractors can be unhappy. With Olympus Insurance, Florida based agents say that the claims process goes so smoothly they don’t have to worry.   

Honest contractors benefit just as much as homeowners when the insurance company is committed to high quality claims service. Olympus Insurance promotes the use of bonded and licensed Florida contractors who are known for doing good work, and even partners with specific companies for urgent claims.

A good example is Olympus Insurance’s preferred method for handling water damage claims. In case of a water leak, homeowners can call Olympus directly, or they can call Rytech Water Mitigation & Mold Remediation Services. When Rytech gets a call from an Olympus policyholder, they know that the insurance coverage is broad, and will usually be able to come right out and get started on the water remediation process. It’s a streamlined claims process that benefits the homeowner and the contractors.


This article is for informational purposes only and does not form a part of, replace, change or amend any terms, conditions, provisions or language within your Olympus Insurance policy. We encourage you to read your entire policy.

Olympus Insurance is licensed by the state of Florida. Information found on this site is intended for Florida residents only.