Worth noting: many commercial landlords require their tenants to have some Commercial Property coverage. Usually, they want you to purchase a policy that covers only your contents in the leased space. Read your lease carefully to check for potential insurance requirements.
Commercial Property Insurance can pay for business property that is stolen, damaged, or destroyed. That property typically includes…
Like most policies, business Property Insurance has inclusions and exclusions. For example, most Property Insurance pays when your property is damaged by common problems like fire, theft, or windstorms. But in most policies floods and earthquakes are excluded.
Read your policy carefully. Ask your agent if you're concerned that a specific kind of risk may not be covered. They can often help you find ways to increase your coverage.
The BOP combines two important coverages that most businesses need for a discounted price: Commercial Liability and General Liability. Coverages that aren't included in a commercial policy like medical expenses, bodily injury, and protection against libel and slander lawsuits would be covered in a BOP, in addition to property.
Having quality, comprehensive protection for your building and all your property is essential for your peace of mind. Still have questions about Commercial Property Insurance? Talk to a Builders' Choice agent today!