Commercial property insurance helps businesses, including farms and ranches, pay to repair or replace property that was damaged by a fire, storm, or other event covered by the policy. It also pays to replace stolen or lost property.
Below are just a few of the importand ways business propery coverage can help you in the event of a loss. (Some coverages may not be available on all policies or in all states).
Reimburses you for your actual loss of earnings from12 months to 18 months resulting from a covered loss to your property. Also covers extraordinary expenses you incur in order to continue operations after a covered clai
Provides coverage for your computers, peripheral devices and media. Coverage is also provided for the costs to research, replace or repair lost or damaged data and software as a result of covered damage to computer equipment, certain power failures, or a computer virus. Business Income Coverage, if purchased, also applies to computer equipment, data and software.
Provides coverage for furniture, fixtures, merchandise, materials and all other personal property owned by you and used in your business. Coverage is at replacement cost.
Protects you against loss or damage to the property of others that is in your possession at a job site or on your premises. This coverage would respond to claims for accidental damage to customer equipment in your care, custody or control.
Up to $10,000 for laptop computers, PDAs and similar portable computer equipment anywhere in the world, including while in transit. (Not covered if checked as baggage)
Covers the cost to repair or replace equipment, such as computers, air conditioners, phone systems and steam boilers, following a loss or damage caused by mechanical breakdown or artificially generated electrical current.
Pays for rekeying of locks, up to a specified limit, at your business premises following the theft of your keys by a burglar.
Protects money and securities used in your business if they are stolen, destroyed or lost.
Note: This summary outlines in general terms the coverages afforded under some policies. Examine the policy carefully for any exclusions, limitations, or any other terms or conditions that may specifically affect coverage. The terms and conditions of the policy prevail.
Even if you run a home-based business and have home insurance, you'll need to protect your business assets with separate contents and computer insurance; your home owner's policy probably will not cover business equipment.
Protects your business equipment from perils such as fire, storm damage or theft. To determine how much property or contents insurance you'll need, create an itemized list of your business' assets and their individual dollar values. Then decide which assets you actually want to insure and for what value. In some cases, you may decide against insuring a particular asset, because it just doesn't warrant the cost of the premium. In other cases, the premium may be well worth payingBusiness property insurance coverage is typically packaged with additional coverages for property issued to you by a client that is temporarily in your custody and Business Interruption Insurance that pays for loss of earnings when operations are curtailed or suspended because of a covered property loss.
Let Tri-County Insurance help you choose a policy that will fit your individual needs. Protecting your assets, whether personal, business, or both, is our goal. A well-chosen policy can lessen the impact of some of life's most common, yet unforseen perils. We're here to help when you are considering Commercial Property Insurance.