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Insurance for Landscaping Company

Get peace of mind for your landscaping business with CGO's comprehensive insurance coverage.





  • Insurance for Landscaping Company
We negotiate landscaping business insurance quotes with the top carriers for landscape contractors and suppliers!

Connor & Gallagher OneSource (CGO) has been insuring landscaping businesses for over 20 years. We understand the risk exposures and specific requirements of the landscape industry. Our team will work with you to analyze your risks and implement an insurance program to control your losses and satisfy your business needs.


  • Insurance placement
  • Claims management
  • Contractual risk transfer
  • Safety and Loss Program Implementation


  • We’ll tailor a risk management plan specific to the needs of your company
  • Coverage with the best insurance markets in the Landscape space
  • Competitively priced
  • A dedicated insurance support team for your account

About Our Landscaping Insurance Experts

Griff MacDonald, CPCU, AIC

Griff has been in the Property and Casualty industry for 9 years. Unlike many in the insurance business, Griff has a unique understanding of the property & casualty insurance industry because he has significant carrier experience. He has worked for two insurers, Zurich and Pekin Insurance, specifically within the claims side of the industry.

Griff is the broker you want on your side when your company is going through a complex claim. He has significant experience in both first-hand claims handling and the detection and investigation of insurance fraud. He has handled claims ranging from Commercial Auto, Property, Bodily Injury, and Commercial General Liability. He also has significant knowledge in medical billing and Worker's Compensation. He understands the claim process from start to finish and helps his clients through the process of the claim in a timely and thorough fashion.

Griff received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Wisconsin- La Crosse in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Griff and his wife, Katherine, call Cary, Illinois home, having both grown up in the Mchenry County Area.

Get in contact with Griff:

Phone: 630.737.9396     Email: GMacdonald@GoCGO.com


Meet Griff MacDonald

Brian MacDonald, CPCU


Meet Brian MacDonald


We are proud members of the Illinois Landscape Contractors Association


We our booth at the illinois landscape contractors association conference

ILCA Booth


As a landscaping business owner, you should consider purchasing general liability insurance, workers' compensation insurance, commercial auto insurance, and property insurance. These types of coverage will protect you and your business from the most common insurance risks associated with your line of work.

General liability insurance can protect your landscaping business from claims of property damage, bodily injury, and advertising injury. This coverage can help pay for legal fees, medical bills, and other expenses associated with a covered claim.

Workers' compensation insurance can cover the medical expenses, lost wages, and rehabilitation costs for employees who are injured on the job. This coverage can help protect your business from costly lawsuits and legal fees.

Commercial auto insurance can protect your business vehicles from damage caused by accidents, theft, vandalism, and other events. This coverage can also protect your business from liability claims if you or your employees are involved in an auto accident while on the job.

Property insurance can protect your business property, including your equipment, supplies, and office space, from damage or loss caused by events such as fire, theft, or severe weather. This coverage can help your business recover quickly from unexpected losses.

The cost of insurance coverage for a landscaping business can vary based on a number of factors including the size of your business, the types of services you offer, the number of employees you have, and your claims history. Contact an insurance agent for a personalized quote.

One way to lower your insurance costs is to implement a quality loss control program. This can include regular safety training for employees, proper maintenance of equipment, and risk assessments of job sites. Additionally, working with an insurance agent who specializes in landscaping businesses can help you find cost-effective coverage options.