Commercial Property Insurance
Commercial property insurance is a type of small business insurance that provides coverage for losses resulting from covered perils such as a damage-causing storm, fire, vandalism, theft, electrical surges, building collapse and certain damages caused by water. Without it, small business owners are left to pay for necessary repairs out-of-pocket.
Contact our agency to learn how commercial property insurance can help protect your company’s finances and to get a personalized quote.
Who Needs Commercial Property Insurance?
Landlords may require that their tenants provide proof of commercial property insurance or business property insurance. Lenders also require commercial property insurance, also called business property insurance, for the duration of the mortgage to help cover financial losses after a damage-causing event.
Even if you aren’t required to purchase commercial property insurance, it’s crucial to get this coverage. It can help protect your company from the financial effects of damage-causing events.
What Does Commercial Property Insurance Cover?
Commercial property insurance is a contract between an insurance company and a business. It may cover the company’s physical location and other assets such as office equipment, inventory, fixtures, furniture, supplies and business-owned buildings. Commercial property insurance coverage helps a business owner pay to repair or replace damaged, stolen or lost business property in exchange for premium payments.
If you have concerns about the amount and types of coverage this policy provides, talk with your agent to learn about riders or additional policies that can help you get adequate protection for your business.
How to Get Commercial Property Insurance
Allied Insurance Center is ready to help you get a commercial property insurance policy that satisfies your lender or landlord’s requirements while providing you with essential business property coverage. Contact them today.