No matter your industry, we've got you covered
With over 100 years of insurance experience, no one understands the needs of commercial and industrial businesses better than Butler Byers Insurance. Enjoy more options and fewer restrictions, a simple application and claims process, and professional, friendly service with Butler Byers. Your business deserves it.
Your farm is your home, your business and your livelihood. With over a century serving the prairies, no one can help you protect it better than Butler Byers. Our experienced brokers will work with you to determine the perfect mix of coverage to suit your budget and the unique needs of your operation.
We have a wide range of agriculture products to choose from for virtually every aspect of your farm, including farm vehicles, farm property, farm liability, business interruption/loss of income, livestock, machinery and more.
Butler Byers also offers hail insurance for your crops. Click here to visit our hail insurance site.
Working on someone else's property, or with moveable equipment and expensive tools, requires special liability coverage. Whether you're a sub-contractor or a general contractor, Butler Byers has coverage specifically designed for you.
Available coverage includes:
- builders risk
- comprehensive business liability
- contract bonding
- tools and equipment
- rented equipment and more...
Butler Byers Insurance offers customized insurance programs to tackle the unique concerns of the forestry and logging industry. These programs cover logging equipment, sawmills, planers and liability, as well as optional coverage for rental expenses and forest fire protection.
In addition to comprehensive coverage for your plant and equipment, Butler Byers offers a range of specialized coverage options. These include: inventory (finished, raw materials, work-in-progress); boiler, machinery, mechanical and electrical breakdown; business interruption; loss due to failure of computerized production equipment; product use liability (i.e. safety boots, helmets); comprehensive liability; and contingent liability for piece workers not covered by Workers' Compensation.
Federal and provincial law requires all transport operators to hold a blanket cargo insurance policy for travel within Canada. Insurance can also be obtained on a single trip basis for activities such as transporting furniture, equipment or cattle from one location to another.
As an associate member of the Saskatchewan Trucking Association, Butler Byers has substantial experience in providing insurance coverage to the trucking/transportation industry. Let us help you secure the most appropriate and cost effective coverage for your needs.