Insurance for commercial or business property is used to cover any commercial property. Commercial property insurance protects against risks such as fire, robbery and natural disasters. A variety of companies, including manufacturers, retailers, service-oriented companies and non-profit organizations, are insured with commercial property.
When determining how much a company should pay for business property insurance, the value of a business’ assets, including the building, is the primary factor. A company should take an inventory of their physical assets located at their property. This information will help determine what exactly would be the replacement value and the level of coverage the business should get.
Elements that are considered for Commercial Property Insurance are location, construction, internal structural elements, occupancy, fire and theft protection, and office equipment (including computers, phone systems, and furniture, whether they’re owned or leased).
Our 15+ years of experience and our relentless commitment to exceptional customer service make Twin Palms Insurance Group different. No two businesses are exactly the same and we are committed to offering flexible and intelligent underwriting solutions, with coverage tailored to a business’s needs. We also don’t shy away from complex risks. Contact Twin Palms Insurance today to discuss your options.
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