How much business could we actually do without computers, files, furniture and product inventory? Protect these key components against the devastating effects of their loss with a commercial property insurance policy.
When most of us think of commercial property insurance, thoughts may gravitate towards large objects such as buildings. But it’s often the smallest pieces of commercial property that are most important to your business.
Worried about the costs?
Don’t be. Commercial property insurance policies from Foy Insurance are scalable to what property you want covered, so you can keep control over your insurance costs.
Our business commercial property insurance can protect your business – from a minor setback to catastrophic loss. Even if you don’t own your building, lease a workspace, or work from home, business property insurance protects your business’ physical assets no matter where they are.
While commercial property insurance plans vary depending on the kind of business and type of property insured, they are usually categorized by the type of event leading to a loss, and by what specifically is insured, including:
- Destruction of your building and its contents by fire
- Damage to your documents, drawings or other valuable papers caused by a burst water pipe
- Outdoor sign or other property damaged in a storm
What Commercial Property Insurance covers
Small business property insurance is one of the most important investments ensuring the future of your business. Here are some of the important aspects of your business that commercial property insurance helps protect:
- Your building
- Your outdoor sign
- Your furniture and equipment
- Your inventory
- Your fence and landscaping
- Other’s property
The professionals at Foy Insurance, with your assistance, can assist to craft a commercial building insurance policy to fit your needs, offering a wide range of options that give you both flexibility and protection, at a price your business can afford.
Common types of coverage may also include:
- Completed value coverage to protect buildings in the process of construction that pays for the full value of the finished building in case it is destroyed.
- Updated building codes can add expense when repairing or replacing damaged or destroyed property—you’ll be covered.
- Loss of business income in case damage or destruction of business property results in billing problems or extended work stoppage (typically covers payroll,rental income and other expenses.)
- Equipment breakdown coverage for damage caused by electrical and mechanical equipment through explosions, breakdowns and electrical arcing.
- Flood insurance to cover losses to buildings and contents due to flooding, typically backed by the government supported National Flood Insurance Program.
- Earthquake or volcanic eruption, while rare, are covered by deductible based upon on a predetermined percentage of property value.
- Utility services failure or damage caused by power outage, water main break or natural gas transmission interruption.
- Inflation allowance adjusting property valuations to allow for increased construction costs due to inflation (usually set percentage based on the inflation index in the area.)
The Foy Insurance Difference
You may think you want the cheapest insurance you can find, but realize you may not be getting everything you bargained for…
While most insurance products are similar in price and function, insurance providers are very different when it comes to structuring a policy that actually covers you.
There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all insurance policy when it comes to your business.
We’re your neighbors. We protect businesses and people we know and care about, and that means we look for ways to protect you better, including choosing the insurance companies we represent to be both affordable and responsive.
Click on the quote request button now and let the professionals at Foy Insurance help you protect the things you are working hard to build.