Whether you own your business property, lease it, or even run a business from your own home, property insurance can protect your valuable business assets. By covering your business personal property, you can focus more on running your business, and worry a little less about perils such as fire, theft and vandalism which can cause your business substantial loss.
How Property Insurance Protects Your Business
Business property insurance, also known as commercial property insurance, can protect your business whether you lease or own your building. Business property insurance covers the building itself. Following are some examples of what business property insurance can cover:
- Buildings, offices, warehouses, and other facilities.
- Furniture, fixtures and office equipment.
- Inventory, materials, and supplies.
- Outdoor signage, fences, and landscaping.
Even loss of income, accounts receivables, valuable papers or money and securities can be covered under a property policy. There are dozens of custom level property coverages you can add to a property policy for a variety of unique situations.
Commercial property insurance can protect your business from losses caused by fires, explosions, theft, vandalism, or damage from vehicles or aircrafts. You can even custom tailor your property insurance coverage to include perils such as earthquake and flood.
Your business is unique, and so are your business property insurance needs. We have a wide variety of business insurance solutions available to help you protect your business assets.
Beach & O’Neill Insurance Associates, Inc. can help you determine the right solutions for your business needs. From commercial property insurance to liability coverage and beyond, we can help you build a strong defense against the risks you face as a business owner.