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Thamesford is a small village in southern Ontario, with a population of almost 2200 people. The Thames River, which run through the town and is its namesake, was named after the might Thames River in England. Thamesford was well known for many years for its mill that used the power of the Thames River to grind and process flour.


Located between London and Woodstock, many of its residents commute to work daily. A large sector of Thamesford economy relies on the hog, beef, dairy and cash crop operations in its rural area.


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St. Johns Anglican Church, built in 1862, was known for many years as being the most exceptional stone church between Windsor and Toronto St. John's is still open and continues to serve the community.

Over the Victoria Day long week, the community of Thamesford gathers for a Calithumpian. The festivities celebrate the community and include food, games, a parade and contests. In 2019, Thamesford celebrated their 100th anniversary by hosting a four day event filled with fun and community!

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Thamesford is home to many contractors and their businesses, such as plumbers, electricians, painters, cleaners, carpenters, HVAC contractorsroofers, concrete workers, renovation contractorsinterior designers and appliance installers, who all enter onto clients' home and business premises and are at risk of facing a lawsuit if even a small mistake or accident happens.

Contractor insurance is a type of general liability, which offers contractors protection in the event that they get sued by a third party. If you are a contractor in Thamesford, you face a multitude of risks every day. It is not uncommon for a client to turn their back and sue a contractor if they are not satisfied with the work done. A small mistake could cause thousands of dollars to repair, as well as the headaches and stress to remediate. In the event of a lawsuit or loss, having contractor insurance could mean the difference between bankruptcy or remaining in business. 

What if a customer tripped over a piece of your equipment while you were completing a job on their business or home premises and broke a hip or arm? They would probably file a lawsuit against your company. Even if you weren't necessarily at fault, their lawyer could still try to hold you negligent for job site accidents. With that being said, ensure that your Thamesford business is properly covered and get a fast, easy quote from Tradition Mutual for contractors insurance today!


Thamesford is nestled in rich farmland and successful family run poultry, dairy, horse, alpaca, sheep, goat, beef ,specialty and cash crop operations. Tradition Mutual Insurance offers competitive rates for farm insurance that will protect the fruit of your labors and set your mind at ease.


Tradition Mutual Insurance offers farm insurance coverage that will cover your farm machinery, farm buildings, livestock, agriculture and computer hardware etc in the case of a loss. Farm insurance also offers business interruption insurance, coverage for spoilage of harvested crops caused by breakdown or power interruption, coverage for boiler and equipment breakdown, milk contamination and more.

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Farm liability insurance coverage protects farmers from lawsuits filed against them by a third party relating to negligence. What if someone was seriously injured or killed on your farm premises? Even though you may not be directly at fault, you would most likely face a huge lawsuit. Farm liability insurance provides coverage and peace of mind so that you know that you will be properly defended in the case of a lawsuit. 


What if an accidental fuel or chemical spill happened? Pollution liability insurance covers bodily injury, property damage and clean-up costs caused by pollution. 

Don't let an unexpected accident or lawsuit put the success of your farm in jeopardy. Get a free farm insurance quote today to ensure that you and your farm in Thamesford is adequately covered!

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