Saturday, December 12, 2009

why it's good to have business insurance ...

... incase a burst water main floods the building where your studio is located ...



No real damage in my studio, and lucky my floors are uneven, so only water in one half. An early morning visit to clean up after last nights minor disaster left me thinking that I'm glad I have business insurance if I need it. If you don't have any for your business (however small), get some! It's pretty inexpensive, and worth it if something terrible happens. Lots of cleaning up to do this weekend ...! Hope yours is less eventful!

11 comments:

Sally said...

I'm so glad that you were prepared... but disappointed for you that your weekend will be spent cleaning up. Hope you've got some good music with you to keep you going.

Vic said...

Yikes! Hope the cleaning up isn't too painful for you!

74 Lime Lane said...

oh no! hope everything's okay (and thanks for the lovely comments yesterday!)

Kate said...

I was going to say what Sally said. Good music somehow makes cleaning bareable. Hope you can get it done quickly.

becclebee said...

phew - so glad that there wasn't too much damage. must of been a bit worrying though!

m.e (Cathie) said...

Oh no! I was wondering what happened to you aswell.
Sandra & Sharon were telling me of the early hour mop up!
Luckily all is ok & you have the protection if need be.

Nikki Cardigan said...

Oh Nic. I'm so glad there is no major damage for you. What a awful thing to happen to you and all the other creative souls there.

Aussie-waffler said...

Oh no, so glad there wasn't too much damage. Thank-you so much for stopping by and leaving your lovely comment today, reminds me why I do love blogging :) x

Beky said...

Oh dear. Thank goodness you had insurance.

Pippi creates said...

Oh no Nic! Sounds like you survived in tact, but not nice to go through! One of the drawbacks of having such a lovely old building.

Avery said...

It's great for businesses to have an insurance so, in cases like this, they know whom to rely on. Without business insurance, I don't think a lot of companies will survive.

Avery Gerner